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BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 



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The Bedford Flag, commissioned to Cornet John Page 
in 1737 by King George II of England, was carried by his 
son, Nathaniel, who fought with the Bedford Minutemen 
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Belford High School 

Bedford, Ma«-cl,u«etB 

Volume 3 




You hear it all the time, "School isn't 
that bad!" Well, you have admit it's true. 
Think back to all those mathematical 
equations, grammatical errors and burnt 
up lab experiments of the past year. You 
have to admit BHS students, it wasn't 
that bad. 

In-class time is probably the shortest 
actual time spent in the Glory Days of 
high school, although the most impor- 
tant. This is when the BHS student de- 
velops himself as an intelligent person 
ready to face tomorrow. Even though in- 
class time involves taking notes and 
solving problems, it is also making new 
friends and "learning something new ev- 
ery day. " 

Students develop a taste for their fa- 
vorite classes and even a tolerance for 
their not so favorite ones. Although 
many students have a lot to think about, 
there is still that rewarding feeling of 
satisfaction when the term ends and they 
can look back at what they've accom- 
plished. Especially satisfying is answer- 
ing the questions from under classmen 
about courses. "Nah, it wasn't so bad. 
Take the course!" 




2/ GLORY DAYS 




It wasn't so bad. 



1. Rick Mollis carrying a few books to another fun-filled class. 2. Rick 
Dacey being congratulated by Mr. Duggan for a job well done in music 
academics. 3. Michelle Moosick, Christine Coleman, John Slander, Tom 
Snedeker and Andre' Taylor taking some time from woodshop to give us a 
smile. 4. "Hey, don t take my picture", says Scott Smith while in electronics 
class. 5. Brian Cellately, Matt Wright, David DeLellis, Dennis Castetler, 
and Rob Carlson having a laugh in the library during their study hall. 6. 
Mike DeMattio learning about life in biology with a new friend. 



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GLORY DAYS/ 3 



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1. Allyson McLaughlin and Kara Flynn hangin ' in there. 

2. Karen Cierpial getting some work done after school. 3. 
Some seniors, such as Seam us Garrett, Christine Martell, 
Heather McGilvray, Mike Kenny, Allyson McLaughlin, 
Jen Maxon, Helen Perkinson, Dave O'Neil, Crystal Mur- 
phy, Kara Flynn, and Debbie O'Neil are still kids at heart. 
4. "/ can't wait to get out of school!" says Dennis 
Castetter. 



4/GLORY DAYS 




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1. Darlene Simmons and Mary Mead leave school to go to work at Papa 
Gino's. 2. Ty Tyer just can't wait to get wrapped for football by Mr. 
Cacciola. 3. "Hangin' out after school is what we seniors do best after 
school!" think Linda Pysczynski, Denise Paganis, Rob Strange, Debbie 
Looney, Michelle Lipczer, Mike McCravey, and Jeff French. 4. Kim Tra- 
vers is all set to tape for Telemedia. 



The two o'clock bell rings and BHS students leave their G period 
class with an exclamation of relief! Everyone disperses in different 
directions. Some people go to sports practice, some go for extra 
help in their "favorite" subject, some go home, some head to work 
and others just hang around the school. Most people would agree 
that not all of the Glory Days of high school are spent in classes. 

The most famous gathering place is the old cafeteria. It is consid- 
ered the hot spot of the school where people can talk, socialize and 
possibly study without being supervised by teachers. 

Other areas where BHS'ers can always be found after school 
include the library, the counseling office, the parking lot and Mr. 
Cacciola's office. Athletes line up with ankle wraps in hand and 
entertain themselves by talking with fellow athletes. 

High school is a time for learning, but possibly more important- 
ly it is a time for having fun. Talking and laughter can always be 
heard in the high school's hangouts. 



GLORY DAYS/5 





I. Three senior dudes Pat Shaw, Chuck Gerbrands, and Chris 
Naugler pose in the cafeteria. 2. Tricia Leonick and Mia Klein; 
friends forever. 3. "Kristin, just look happy for the picture and 
maybe the photographer will go away," says Pam Beckwith to 
Kristin Dougherty. 4. Rob Fitzgerald is surrounded by his admir- 
ers, Dottie lovino, Mary Mead, and Mellisa Melvin. 5. Chris 
Massa, Carol McClatchey, Steve Bishop , Mike Callendar and 
Debbie Lovely enjoy a break between classes. 




6/ GLORY DAYS 





1, Marcia Clements and Kathy Sutton are captured in true senior spirit. 2. Hannah Bragg and 
Kim Murphy taking a break from SAT studying. 3. Sue Dameron and Sue Reynolds practice to 
become Picasso hopefuls. 4. Helen Perkinson is swept off her feet by Russ Smith. 5. Lisa 

Simmons, Teresa Tillman, Alicia Casey, Stacey Rogers, and Marian Zuckerman enjoy lunch 
together. 



When we think of high school, probably 
the first thoughts that come to mind are of 
academics, sports, band, etc. Yet equally 
important to us during these years of 
growth are our friends- those special people 
who keep us afloat when reports, rehears- 
als, and that pile of homework are threaten- 
ing to pull us under. Of these friends, some 
we have known since kindergarten, while 
others we have known only since seventh 
grade or maybe even as recently as ninth 
grade. Nevertheless, however long we have 
known them, it does not take long to devel- 
op that special bond which exists among 
people who share the same Joys and bur- 
dens as they struggle through these best 
and worst of times. Whether helping a fel- 
low student with some school work, en- 
couraging or consoling a teammate, or re- 
lating with that special confidant who lets 
us open our heart to him, these relation- 
ships are a part of the fabric of our high 
school experience. 



GLORY DAYS/ 7 




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"They must have made a mistake!" 
thought Rachell Bishop when the D.J. 
announced that she was the Queen of the 
Junior Prom. Rachell was especially sur- 
prised considering that only a few weeks 
before she had not even been sure if she 
was going to the event. The evening was 
not only memorable for Rachell, but also 
for all who attended. 

The warm temperature of the high 
school gymnasium did not wilt the at- 
mosphere of the 1985 Junior Prom, 
"Faithfully." The gym was transformed 
by the class of 1986 from a basketball 
court into a mirage of streamers, stars 
and silhouetted skylines. The evening 
consisted of dinner followed by the 
dance and then the traditional parties. 
The next day, many high school students 
headed for Good Harbor, Hampton, or 
Wingearshaek beaches, despite the cool, 
cloudy weather. 

For everyone who attended the Junior 
Prom, the memories will last forever. 
May 25th proved to be one of the most 
glorious events of our high school career. 

10/ PROM 





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1. A 1985 Junior Prom invitation. 2. The Junior Prom 
Court: (standing): Ty Tyer, Tricia Conway, Mark Al- 
caide, Susan Drohan, David O'Neil; (sitting): Debbie 
O'Neil, Queen Rachel! Bishop, King Seam us Garrett, 
Pam Dutra. Missing is Mike Kenney. 3. Barry Yace- 
shyn and Chelby Blogett. 4. Kristin Doherty, Jen Dy- 
son and their dates take a punch break. 5. King Seamus 
Garrett and Queen Rachel! Bishop. 6. Diane Libby and 
her date. 7. Mia Klein and Mike Kenney dance to "The 
Bird." 



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Barto. 3. Sandy MacDonald relives her youthful 
years. 4. The Junior Hall takes it all. 5. Debbie 
DeSantis, Nancy Woodford, Mandy Telford, 
Robert Hauge, Gary Kleiman, and Greg Cres- 
cenzi, display their award-winning hall. 



12/SPIRIT WEEK 




ULTRA SPIRIT 

Spirit Week, a favorite past time at Bedford High School, had an 
overwhelming response between the days of Tuesday, September 
15 and Friday, September 18. The student body showed exceptional 
spirit by dressing up, participating in the pep rally, and sending 
blue or white flowers to their friends. 

Students dashed into the first ultraspirited day. Clash Day, with 
arrangements of plaids, polka dots, bright colors and flower pat- 
terns. For those who missed their chance to intentionally mis- 
match. Fifties Day allowed students to emmulate geeks, jocks, 
teenie hoppers, and greasers. Thursday, Costume Day, provided to 
most amusing day for people walking through the halls. On this day 
togas, diapered babies, Mr. T look-a-likes, and stuffed animal imi- 
tations invaded the school. The week came to a spirited end with 
the everlasting Blue and White Day and the Pep Rally. This year 
the immensely spirited seniors and underclassmen contributed to 
another impressive rally. 

1. Link Doan as a gypsy. 2. Sharon Wachsler show us that covergirl face. 3. "Have 
you ever had one of those days?" asks Patti Sciaraffa. 4. Kristen Hocker and 
Christine Martell pose in their togas. 5. Underclassmen showing spirit are: Jac- 
queline Mitchell, Lisa Hartwell, Pamela Miller, Suzy Asbedian, Robin Folwoiler, 
Laura Maxon, and Lisa Linz. 6. Imagine Jennifer Weisz if she lived in the 1950's. 




SPIRIT WEEK/13 




Homecoming 

Saturday, October 19, 1985 was an over- 
cast, rainy day, but the Homecoming 
events went on as scheduled. The game 
against Wayland did not give spectators 
much to cheer about, but the crowning of 
the queen added a spark of excitement. 
Because of the weather, the traditional 
red convertible could not be used. Instead 
the five finalists congregated in the cen- 
ter of the field with their escorts, all 
bearing drenched umbrellas. The dreary 
day was brightened by the smiles of the 
proud relatives and friends as the run- 
ners-up were announced. The culmination 
of the events was when Crystal Murphy 
was crowned Homecoming Queen. 

That night at the Homecoming Dance, 
a new tradition was started. BHS seniors 
voted for a Homecoming King. A break 
was taken from the dancing and Mrs. Gul- 
lage announced that David O'Neil was 
the first King in BHS history. Despite the 
foul weather, the day was successful and 
exciting. 



14/HOMECOMING 




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I. First runners-up Pam Dutra and Russ Smith enjoy a dance 
after the king was announced. 1. Pam Dutra is congratulat- 
ed by Mr. Buckley. 3. Second runner-up Carol McClatchey 
and fourth runner-up Paul St. Amour celebrating their vic- 
tories. 4. Mr. Cierpial stands proudly by his daughter, Ka- 
ren. 5. Dave O'neil, Barclay Scheick, Jeff French, and T.J. 
McNeany look at the pile topped by Herman Rice. 6. Deb 
O'Neil and her father await the decision. 7. The king, Dave 
O'Neil, and his court: Mike DeMattio, second runner-upj 
Paul St. Amour, fourth runner-upi and Ty Tyer, third run- 
ner-up. 8. King and queen, Dave O'Neil and Crystal Murphy, 
lead the first dance. 9. Laura Sullivan and second runner-up 
Mike DeMattio enjoy the evening. 10. Mr. Wilson stands 
with the Queen, Crystal Murphy. 




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HOMECOMING/15 



Steven Bishop and Neil Amidon dressed for success 
preparation for future Glory Days. 




As we look back at the time ^ 
that we have spent at Bedford 
High School, it is hard not to 
feel regretful at leaving. We 
have made memories which 
will last forever. Between 1981 
and 1986 we have experienced 
many thing which we will soon 
be referring to as "the good ole 
days. " We can never forget the 
Saturday night dances, the foot- 
ball games, the proms, pep ral- 
lies, spirit week. Homecoming, 
field trips and other sporting 
and social events. When we look 
at our last four years, we realize 
that we had a great time despite 
all of the frustrating school work. 

The prospect of leaving our fa- 
miliar high school may bring a tear 
to the eye. We realize that we will 
be going to high school classes for 
the last time, we are going to be sep- 
arated from our friends, and we will 



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probably never again be in a situation 
where we are surrounded by our peers 
whom we know so well and with 
whom we can have so much fun. 

Can leaving high school mean the 
majority of our Glory Days are over? 
Far from it! We are on our way to 
seeing new places, making new friends and reaching our goals. We are going to burst out of BHS to be- 
come the Ronald Reagans, Princess Dianas and Lee lacoccas of 1990's. And we can do all of this while 
still holding onto the special relationships which we have formed during these four years. Look out 
world, here comes the BHS class of 1986. 



16/GLORY DAYS 




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he class of 1986 has its own distinct and impressive personaHty. The seniors showed 
individuahty while still retaining a feeling of class unity. Our class consisted of varying 

types of people, each with his 



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own strengths and weakness- 
es. These people merged to- 
gether to form a group of well 
rounded young adults. The 
seniors of 1986 followed old 
traditions but they also dared 
to set new traditions which 
will be continued in the years 
to come. The class organized 
annual events such as the se- 
nior citizen luncheon, but 
they also initiated new ideas 
such as electing the first 
Homecoming King. 

The seniors provided the 
younger students at Bedford 
High School with excellent 
role models. The seniors dis- 
played an overall warm, like- 
able personality. They had 
good attitudes about them- 
selves and others. The se- 
niors have exhibited class 
spirit and they have shown 
the meaning of comradship. 

The members of the class of 1986 should be proud of the way they contributed to Bedford High 
School and proud of the strong bonds they formed during their high school years. 




I. Scott Smith looks forward to the weekend. 1. Heather McGilvary holds her breath to get some 
cookies. 3. Dave DeLellis. 4. Russ DeGregory shows off his style. 5. Darlene Simmons refills the 
salad bar at work. 6. Rob Hoffman, Kathy Sutton, and Patience Pulliam. 7. Cheryl Millman and 
Debbie Looney relax outside. 



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SENIOR 

CLASS OFFICERS 

Four Years Of Dedication 

If one word can be chosen to characterize Mrs. Gul- 
lage, faithful would be it. Throughout our four years at 
BHS, she has been a committed, reliable infuence, not 
only in the classroom, but also outside of it, where she 
has been coach and class advisor. 

During her term as our advisor, Mrs. Gullage has 
been involved with many projects. Just this year; for 
example, she has led us in planning our candy bar sale, 
the senior citizens' dinner in December, and the senior 
project this spring. Last fall, she helped the guidance 
office in developing the Junior/Senior Planning Note- 
book. On top of all this, Mrs. Gullage actively partakes 
in our school community, frequently attending BHS 
sports events to enthusiastically cheer us on. Mrs. 
GuUage's devotion has paid off most significantly by 
her effective class organization. Since the start of our 
freshman year, she has continued to lead us through 
assemblies, dances, fund-raisers, and proms. Now, as 
we close our high school years, she faithfully guides us 
to our final activity, commencement exercises and 
graduation. 




18/SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




1. Senior Class Advisor: Mrs. Cullage. 2. Mrs. GuUage checking out 
what Pam Dutra and Tricia Conway are up to. 3. Senior Class 
President, Crystal Murphy, shows great spirit for spirit week. 4. 
Senior Class Officers (top row): Class Advisor, Mrs. Gullage; Prom 
Chairmen, Christine Martell, Carol McClatchey, and Debbie Loo- 
ney; (bottom row): Secretary, Pam Dutra; Treasurer, Tricia Conway; 
President, Crystal Murphy; Vice-President, David O'Neil. 5. Mrs. 
Gullage working with the Sr. class officers. 6. Mrs. Gullage definite- 
ly gets around. Here she's visiting with the Soccer-Hockey cheer- 
leaders; Michelle Pitts, Crystal Murphy, Pm Dutra, Karen Cerpial, 
and Kara Flynn. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS/19 




LORI ANN AGREE 

The attribute of moderated 
silence is one's passport to 
success. 

-Sylvester L. DiNunzio 



MARIA ELIZABETH 
ALBANESE 
ARIA 

For long live and high you 
fly smiles you give 
and tears you cry all you 
touch and all you see is 
all your life will ever be 



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MARK STEVEN 
ALCAIDE 
NEIL 



FREDRIC NEIL 
AMIDON 
MARK 



Farewell to you and the youth 
have spent with you. It was bi 
yesterday we met in a dream. 



Kahlil Gibra 



is so good to give when 
asked, but it is better to give 
unasked, through 
understanding. 




PAMELA 



BECKWITH I 
SPAM I 



Hold your head high and you 
will see that the sorrow will 
soon fade with a dream that 
yet to be. 



Don 't go through life 
apologizing for yourself, 
trying to fit yourself into 
some more popular pattern. 
Accept yourself as you were 
meant to be. 



LAURI ANN 
ARDOLINO 



At sometime we may drift apart 
But don 't let go. 

-Foreigner 



20/CLASS OF 1986 



JAMES BIEREN 
JIM 

People forget how fast you 
did a job but they remember 
how well you did it. 

-H.W. Newton 



COURTNEY VAWN 
BISHOP 

My candle burns at both ends; 
it will not last the night. 
But oh my foes, and ah my 
friends; it gives a lovely light. 

-thistles 



RACHELL YVONNE 
BISHOP 

If you do not understand my 
silence, you will not understand 
my words. 



STEVEN T. BISHOP 
CHRIS 

The most useless day of all is 
that in which we have not 
laughed. 

-Sebastien Chamfort 




CHELBY L. 
BLODGETT 
CHELB 



/ want to laugh while the 
laughing is easy. I want to cry 
if it makes it worthwhile. We 
may never pass this way again. 

-s&e 



HANNAH ELIZABETH 
BRAGG 

It's the prime of your life; 
Gotta make it last. 
It's the sign of the times 
Comin' up so fast. 

-Loverboy 



ROBERTA ANN 

BRANCA 
BOBBI, BEAKER 

/ sing the body electric; 
I celebrate the peon to come; 
I toast to my own reunion, 
when 

I become one with the sun. 

-Fame 



BARRY W. BRELAND 
JR. 

BUBBA 

All our times, have come here, 
but now they're gone. 

-Blue Oyster Cult 



21/CLASS OF 1986 





When you play the game of life, 
you play it for all you're worth. 
But it's not whether you win or 
lose. It's how good you looked! 

-D.L. Roth 



22 /CLASS OF 1986 



ALICIA YVETTE 
CASEY 
LEE-LEE 

This world is full of 
fantasies. It's all just a 
dream. You must prepare to 
concentrate 'cause everyone 
wants the same thing. 

-Alicia 



KAREN LOUISE 
CIERPIAL 

The Journey of a thousand miles 
begins with one step. 

-Lao Tsze 



MARCIA L CLEMENTS 
MARCHA 

// you love something set it free. 
If it comes back to you it's 
yours. If it doesn't it never was. 




BLONDIE 

The best part of life is 
sharing it with someone you\ 
love. 

-Elizabeth Coke 
-Stephen Arsenault 



// the sun refused to shine-I'd 
still be loving you. When the 
mountains crumble to the sea- 
they'll still be you and me. 



If the sun refused to shine; I 
would still be loving you. 
Mountains crumble to the sea, 
there would still be you and me. 



KELLY L CONWAY 

Long you live high you fly 
smiles you give tears you cry all 
you touch and all you see is all 
your life will- ever be. 



CLASS OF 198f 



TRICIA LOUISE 
CONWAY 
TRISH 

There's a special art to living. 
And you need a frame of mind 
that can overlook the showers, 
'til the sun begins to shine. 




RICHARD LUND 
DACEY 
RICK 



SUSAN LEA DAMERON 

SUE 

/ don't want to spend the rest of 
my life looking at the problems 
of a normal life. 

-The Police 



NANCY L DAMERY 
PIGGY, ABAGAIL 

Nobody ever told me. I found 
out for myself. Ya gotta believe 
in foolish miracles. 

-Ozzy Osbourne 



ADRIENNE L 

DANIELL 
YO ADRIENNE 

Life was not meant to be 
easy, but if you work hard 
for what you want, then 
nothing will get in your vvji 
Never stop trying. 



Change is but a new beginning 
to an old end. 



24 /CLASS OF 1986 




ERIC DAVIS 



Nothing is really work 
unless you would rather be 
lething else. 



RUSSELL N. 
DEGREGORY 
RUSS 



TVie future isn't what it used to 
be. 



DAVID M. DELELLIS 
EGGY WAADO 

It's time to close the door and 
forget about the score. Go out 
and live your lives like you 
never have before. GOOD 
LUCK! 

-Dd 



MICHAEL DEMATTIO 




PATRICK JOSEPH 
DENARO 
PAT 

Help me! Someone, let me 
out of here. The night of the 
dark, we suddenly heard. 
Welcome to the home by the 
sea. 

-GENESIS 



/ know nobody knows where it 
comes and where it goes. I 
know it's everybody's sin; you 
got to lose to know how to win. 

-Aerosmith 




RICHARD W. 
DOHERTY 

DICKY 

You know you do, you gotta 
think the past, you gotta think 
of what it's gonna take to make 
it last. 

-Aerosmith 



KEVIN DONAHUE 



CLASS OF 1986/25 



RACHAEL ANNE 
DONATO 
RACH 

/ think therefore I am. 

-Descartes 



KRISTIN MARY 
DOUGHERTY 

The greatest pleasure in life is 
self-sa tis faction . 



SUSAN DROHAN 
SUE 

Life is not a having and a 
getting, hut a being and a 
becoming. 

-Matthew Arnold 



PAMELA DUTl 
PAM 

Time is like a friendship* 

sometimes lost forever, bi 
always remembered. 




JENEPHER BETH 
DYSON 

Life can only be understood 
backwards, but it must be lived 
forwards. 



KIRSTEN MARIE 
EBERSOLE 
KIR 

// / could hold a star for every 
time you make me smile, I'd be 
holding an entire evening's sky 
in the palm of my hand 



DOUGLAS C ELDER 

Argue for your limitations and 
they are yours. What a catapillar 
calls the end of the world, the 
master calls a butterfly. 



TODD EVANS 



Whenever you dream you're 
holding the key, it opens the 
door and lets you be free. 

-RJD 



26/CLASS OF 1986 



WAYNE FALLON 



SHEILA FELTMAN 



A friend is someone who 
knows all about you . . . 
and loves you anyway. 



MICHAEL a FERRI 
MIKE 



DENISE LYNNE 
FINKELSTEIN 

Friendship is a sheltering tree. 




DEBORAH FIORINO 
DEBBIE 

You can't always get what 
you want. 

But if you try sometime you 
just might find you get what 
you need. 



KARA MARIE FLYNN 

Hold fast to dreams. 
For if dreams die. 
Life is a broken winged 
bird that cannot fly. 

-Langston Hughes 



JEFFREY P. FRENCH 
FRENCHIE 

Remember all the good times, 
forget all the bad! It's time to 
say goodbye, but don 't be too 
sad! 

-J.P.F. 



DAVID GAGE 

A prudent man should always 
follow in the path trodden by 
great men and imitate those 
who are mast excellent. 

-Machiavelli 



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CLASS OF 1986/27 



MICHAEL P. GERLEK 



CHARLES R. 
GER BRANDS 

CHUCK 



Rather than love, than 
money, than fame, give me 
truth. 

-Henry David Thoreau 



SEAMUS PATRICK 

GARRETT 
RAT, SEAMOOSE 

Now's the time to stand tall, 
start your life anew. Freedom 
lies in your heart. Now's the 
time for you. 



BRIAN JAMES 
GELLATLY 




MICHAEL JOHN GILLIS 



MICHELE 
GONZALEZ 
MICH, SHORTY, 
BLONDIE, MO 



Have faith in your dreams 
and someday your rainbow 
will come smiling through. 



BETTY GETZ 



28/CLASS OF 1986 



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MARK M. 
GUETERSLOH 



't was better to fail in 
attempting exquisite things 
than to succeed in the 
department of the utterly 
iBpntemptible. 



HENRY HAMBY IV 
BRAD 

\nyone can do anything if they 
hold the right cards. 

-Pete Townshend 



JAMES E. HARDEN JR. 
JAMIE 

Living is easy with eyes closed. 
Misunderstanding all you see. 
-Lennon and McCartney 



DANA RICHARD 
HARRISON 
HARRY 




SUSAN ELIZABETH 
HAWKINS 

SUE 

rbu get the best out of 
others when you give the 
fst of yourself 

-H. Firestone 



LAUREN KARA 
HEGGESTAD 



In the midst of winter, I finally 
learned that there was in me an 
invincible summer. 

-Albert Camus 



STEPHANIE ANN 
HIRSCH 

Even if you are on the right 
track, you'll get run over if 
Just sit there. 



you 



KRISTEN LYN HOCKER 
KRIS 

Plus c'est meme chose. Plus sa 
change. 



CLASS OF 1986/29 



LYNN ANN HUGHES 



RICHARD R. HOLUS 

RICK 

The vocation of every man and 
woman is to serve other people. 

-Lyoff Tolstoi 



GENE MICHAEL 
HOLMSTEAD 

The key to success is sincerity; 
if you can fake that you've got 
it made. 



PATRICIA GAIL 
HOOPER 

SWATTY 

/ live my life the way I choose. 
I'm satisfied, nothing to lose. 

-Bad Company 



What's so good about 
Goodbye, is that the best 
is yet to come. 

-Bryan Adams 




JODI NOELLE JAILLET 

It was cold. There was nothing 
else to do. 



ERIC ISNOR 
SPURGER 



JOANNA 
JEANNOTTE 

Whatsoever thou resolvest 
do, do it quickly; defer not 
till the evening what the 
morning may accomplish. 

-C.T.B. 



DOROTHY lOVINO 



See ya! Bye! 



30/GLASS OF 1986 





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GAIL ALLISON 
JOHNSON 

GAS 



Getting older facing facts 
Time to leave making tracks 
Miss you all a special way 
See you soon a future day. 

-Gail 



STEPHEN JONES 



STEPHANIE KATZ 

And so my friends 
we'll say goodbye 
But tonite can always last 
as long as you keep the 



MICHAEL L KENNEY 

SLIM 

You say you're leaving home 
cause you want to be alone; 
ain't it funny how you feel 
when you're finding out it's 
real. 

-Neil Young 




SOMPONG 
KHOXAYO 

E BONHEUR, C'EST DE 
E CHER CHER 



JENNIFER KIMMINS 
«» JEN 

When you can think of 
yesterday without regret and of 
tomorrow without fear, you are 
on the road to success. 



LESLIE ANN KOLARIK 

Pools of sorrow waves of 
Joy are drifting through 
My open mind possessing 
And caressing me. 

-The Beatles 



CLASS OF 1986/31 



YAEL KUPIEC 

The big J,iy dawns. 
Boundless is our adventure. 

-Karin Boye 



DIANE FAITH LIBBY 

DEE-ANN 

Where your treasure is, there 
will your heart be 

-AUo 




WENDY LALIBERTE 
WEN 

So I pack up my bags for the 
misty mountain where the 
spirits go now over the hill 
where the spirits fly. 

-Led Zeppelin 



MELODY ANN 
LAVZON 
MEL 

Don't ever stop loving, 
believing, or dreaming your 
dreams, always keep a rainbow 
close to your heart'. 




PATRICIA K. 
LEONICK 
LENNY 



We were killing time, we 
were young and restless 
needed to unwind 1 guess 
nothing lasts Forever. 




CHRISTINE MARIE 
LINZ 

Today well lived, makes every 
yesterday a dream of happiness, 
and every tomorrow a vision of 
hope 

-from the Sanskrit 



MICHELLE E. LIPCZER 
MICH 

If you don t take time, time will 
take you. 



KERRY LITCHFIl 

Time keeps on slipping inti 
the future. 

-Steve Mille 



32/CLASS OF 1986 



DEBORAH C. 
LOONEY 
DEBBIE 



/ s neen such a long time 
think I should be going, 
rime doesn't wait for me 
t keeps on rolling. 



JANET MARIE LORD 

If you cannot do great things, 
small things in a great way. 



DEBORAH a LOVELY 

DEBBIE, DEBAWEB, 
DEBBIELEE 

With the dark, I see so clearly 
now. All my fears arc drifting 
by me so slowly now. Fading 
away. 

-Genesis 



SANDRA LYNNE 
MACDONALD 

SANDY 

The best of memories will 
always be shared by those you 
love! 

-SLM 




KATHLEEN A. 
MACQUILKEN 
KATHY 

Take a chance like all 
Ireamers can't find another 
vay you don't have to dream 
t all, just live a day. 

-Duran Duran 



It's not money that's important, 
just the lack of it. 

-James Clavell 



CHRISTINE RENEE 
MARTELL 

But at my back I always hear 
Times winged chariot hurrying 
near; and yonder all before us 
lie, deserts of vast eternity. 



CHRIS MASSA 



CLASS OF 1986/33 



JENNIFER MAXON 

Memory has painted a perfect 
day with colors that never fade; 
we find at the end of a perfect 
day the soul of a friend we've 
wade. 



TRACY LYNNE 
MCARDLE 

And I will go on shinin', 
shinin ' like brand new-and 
If I never look behind me 
My troubles will be few 



CAROL R. 
MCCLATCHEY 
C.G., CARI 

We've only just begun 
to live, 

white lace and promises, 
a kiss for luck and we're 
on our way .... 

-Carpenters 



CAROLYN ROSE 
MCCOLLEM 



Life is a banquet and most 
people are out there starving. 

-"Auntie Mame^ 

m 




MICHAEL MCCRAVY 



JOHN MCCUNE, JR. 

Don't look back. 

-Boston 



HEATHER 
RAMSDELL 
MCGILVRAY 

The future belongs to those 
who believe in the beauty oi 
their dreams. 

-Eleanor Roosevel 



LAURANCE RAILEY 
MCCONNELL 



34/CLASS OF 1986 



KERRY JEAN 
MCGOVERN 



Do not wish to be anything 
but what you are; and try to 
he that perfectly. 

-D. Frank 



LUCY ANN 
MCGOVERN 

Small opportunities are often 
the beginning of great 
enterprises. 



ALLYSON MARIE 
MCLAUGHLIN 
ALLY 

May the best days of your past 
be the worst days in your 
future. 

-AMM 




BRENDA LEE 
MCMAHAN 
BEENA 

Music is your own experience, 
your thoughts, your wisdom. If 
you don't live it, it won't come 
out of your horn. 



LAURA L MCNEANY 
LORI 

Tfly is the first day of the 
-'f our lives. 

-Anonymous 



On borderland we run and still 
we run, we run and don 't look 
back I'll be there, I'll be there 
tonight, a highroad out of here. 

-U-2 



ROBERT MEFFAN 
ROB 

Many dreams come true. 
Some have silver linings. 
I live for my dreams 
and a pocket full of gold. 

-Led Zeppelin 




SUSANNE MARIE 
MELVILLE 

Accept the challenges so that 
you may feel the exhilaration of 
victory. 

-Fatten 



CLASS OF 1986/35 




KAREN MILLIGAN 

SUNSHINE 

We finally made it! 



CHERYL F. MILLMAN 
SPEEDRACER 

We've only just begun to live. 
White lace and promises 
A kiss for luck and we're on 
our way . . . 



SALIM AMMON 
MOHAMMED 

SAM 

Too vast . . . 

Too complex for description 
-J.M 



MELISSA MELVIN 

Let the good times roll! 




CHRISTINE MICHELLE 
MONTGOMERY 

Love, the magician knows this 
little trick, whereby two people 
walk separate ways yet remain 
side by side. 



MICHELLE L. MOOSICK 

Catch your dreams before they 
slip away. Dying all the time, 
lose your dreams and you'll lose 
your mind. 

-The Rolling Stones 



DEBORA ANNE 
MOSCA 
DEBBIE 



So you can get on with your 
search and 1 can get on with 
mine and maybe someday ive 
will find it wasn't really wasted 
time. 

-Eagles 



Don 't walk behind me for I 
may not lead; don't walk 
ahead of me for 1 may not 
follow; just walk beside me 
and be my friend. 



36/CLASS OF 1986 



KIMBERLY JANE 
MURPHY 

KIM 

special joy and special 
places, special friends 
ogether; the moments pass 
■o quickly by, but the 
nemories last forever. 



CHRIS NAUGLER 

Little Snuggles 
And we're not little children 
And we know what we want 
And the future is certain 
Give us time to work it out 
-David Byrne 



ERIC STEPHEN 
NIBLACK 

If you can't understand it, it is 
intuitively obvious. 



LOUIE NOCCA 

We'll know for the first time 
if we're evil or divine. We're 
the last in line 

-Ronnie James Dio 




t is all a question of 
inderstanding . . . you know 
vhat I mean? 



A faithful friend is a sturdy 
shelter; 

He who finds one finds a 
treasure. 

-Sirach 6, 14 



Suddenly I stopped to think. If 
you hadn't let me go, I never 
would have received that gift, 
and that was a chance to grow. 



CHRISTINE 
OTHMER 

So often times it happens, 
that we live our lives in 
chains and we never even 
know we have the key. 

-Eagles 



CLASS OF 1986/37 



KELLIE DIANE PEASE 
JB, JELLYBEAN 

Rose tint my world 
Keep me safe from 
a trouble and pain. 
-Rocky Horror 



HELEN PERKINSO 



DENISE PAGANIS 

Den, Theo 

Keep smiling, keep shining 

knowing you can always 

count on me. 

That's for sure 

that's what friends are for. 



BRUCE D. PARK 




USA E. PITTMAN 
RU-RU, LP. 

The leaves have fallen all 
around, it's time I was on my 
way. Thanks to you, I'm much 
obliged. Such a pleasant stay. 

-Led Zeppelin 



ROBERT E. PITTMAN, 
JR. 

PEEKABOO 

Oh they say that its over 
and it Just has to be 
Oh they say that its over 
we're the last children of 
the sea. 

-Black Sabbath 



Like sand through the hour 
glass, so are the days of our 
lives. Keep smiling. 



REN ATA A. 
POMPONI 



Look to this day- today 
Well lives makes every 
Yesterday a dream of 
Happiness and every 
Tomorrow a vision of hope. 



38/CLASS OF 1986 



JDREA PRESTON 



DANIEL L PRIMAK 
DAN 



PATIENCE PULLIAM 

Hey Ho 
Here We Go 
Ever So High .... 
-Pink Floyd 



LINDA MARIE 
PYSCZYNSKI 
LIN, GIGGLES, JJ 

// you believe in something you 
should go after it. It may not 
come out the way you dreamed, 
but at least you tried! 




JOSEPH QUINN 



ULRIKE S. REINISCH 
ULI 

My worthy friend, grey are all 
theories 

And green alone Life's golden 
tree. 

-Goethe 



SUSAN ANN 
REYNOLDS 

You can never afford to lose a 
friend, for friendship is the 
stem of love. 



DIANE NANCY 
RICHARDS 
DI 



Aim for the sun. You may not 
reach it, but you will fly higher 
than if you never aimed at all. 



CLASS OF 1986/39 



E 
I 




JOSIE ANN 
RODRIGUEZ 

]0, JOS 

How fast the years fly now time 
for good-bye. To friends I've 
just met and will never forget 
Thanks for 3 great years 

-J.R. 



STAGEY ROGERS 

STACEY MAY 

/ will miss BHS very much. I 
will miss my girls 6-force and 
Lisa and the crew. But there's 
one thing more-I know I'll be 
glad to go. 



SUSAN SABETTY 



No dreamer 
is ever too small; 
no dream 
is ever too big. 



ERIG SANDBLOM 




DENISE E. SGOTT 
DENI 

Be not disturbed at being 
misunderstood; 

Be disturbed rather at not being 
understanding. 

-Chinese Proverb 



40/CLASS OF 1986 



NATHAN RIGKER 
SEARS 

You only live twice, 
and twice is the 
only way to live. 



LESLEY M. SHAW 

LS, KMTII 

To sleep, perchance to dream . . 

-Shakespeare 
And the void would be calling- 
let's do the time warp again . . . 

-Rocky Horror 



/ never did good things. 
I never did bad things. 
I Just did everything. 
Out of the blue. 



DARLENE SIMMONS 
DAR 

Today is the tomorrow that we 
worried about yesterday. 



CHRISTOPHER 
EDWARD SMITH 

Never has a mar} who lived a 
life of total ease left a name 
worth remembering. Moderation 
is the best policy. 

-E.C. McKenzie 



DEBORA MARIE 
SMITH 
MIKE 

Talent is Cod given; be 
thankful. 

Conceit is self given; be careful. 




SCOTT SMITH 
SMITTY 



Swell 
-Clint Eastwood 



STACEY ANN SMITH 



THOMAS R. 
SNEDEKER 
JOHN LENNON 

/ love the friends I have 
gathered together on this thin 
raft. We have constructed 
pyramids in honor of our 
escaping. 



CLASS OF 1986/41 



JOHN MICHAEL 
SOLOMONIDES 
JOHNNY 



PETER 
STAMATAKOS 



BRIAN S. SNELSON 
SNELLY 

TVje good times are the best 
times. 

The bad times fade away. . 
The good times are forever. 
But now the last time is today. 

-J Geils Band 



CAROLYN 
SODERSTROM 

People living in competition. All 
I want is to have a peace of 
mind. 

-Boston 



Greatness is measured not by a 
man's intellect, but by what a 
man is minus his intellect. 

-JMS 




PAUL SAMUEL 
ST. AMOUR 



JOHN STANDER 



ROBERT I STRANGE 

Sometimes you just have to say, 
what the .... 

-Risky Business 



LAURA J SULLIVA. 

A friend is someone who 
knows all about you. But . 
likes you anyway 



42 /class of 1986 



I 



KRUAVAL 
SUTEERACHAI 
ANNIE 

day, I will be back. 
-Girl from Thailand 



TRACY LYNN 
TANNER 
STILTS- 



was on my way. -L. 
\s to you I'm much 
such a pleasant stay, 
IV it's time, the autumn 
on lights my way. 



KATHRYN E. SUTTON 
KATHY, KAT, 
BUBBLEHEAD 

Hold on loosely but don 't let go; 
If you cling too tightly, you're 
going to lose control. 

-The Tubes 



GREGORY WILLIAM 
SWIDER 
SQUID 



MYRA LYNN 
SZACHARA 

I myself am best when least in 
company. 

-Shakespeare 




I 



TERESSA BERNICE 
TILMAN 

T-BONE 

Life is a river, it never passes 
the same view twice- you only 
have one chance to live. 

-Teressa Tilman 




KIMBERLY D. 
TRAVERS 

KIM-RIBBIT, KIMB'LY 

Tell me is something eluding 
you, sunshine? Is this not what 
you expected to see? 

-Pink Floyd 



CLASS OF 1986/43 



ALLEN M. VINYARL 



Yes, there are two paths you 
car} go by, but in the long 
run, there's still time to 
change the road you're on. 

-Led Zeppelin 



VINCENT D. TYER III 
TY, VINNY 

The highest reward for a 
person's toil is not what they 
get for it, but what they become 
by it. 

-John Ruskin 



MICHELLE LYNN 
URBON 

SHELL 

You can't always get what you 
want . . . 

-The Rolling Stones 




JENNIFER HILDA 
WEISZ 
JENNI 

The time we've had together has 
gone so fast. I'll always cherish 
it. If I could pick my favorite 
part it's when you become my 
friend. 

-JW 

44/CLASS OF 1986 



VERONICA MARIE 

WELCH 
RONNIE, V'RON, V 

Some day we'll find it. 
The Rainbow Connection: 
The lovers, 
the dreamers 
and me. 



SAMUEL TOWNSAND 
WHITE 

Wisdom is always a blessing; 
Education is ever a curse 

-Anonymous 



KARA MARIE 
WHITING 
TOOKIE 



Serenity is not freedom 

From the storm. 
But peace amid the storm 



ATTHEWC WRIGHT 
MATT 



ou're the master 
your own destiny 
So give and take 
best that you can 



-Triumph 



KRISTIN YATSKO 

Krissy 




m. 




\NTHONY YOUNG 

YOUNGEN 

)d things come in small 
kages, if you know what 
mean. 

. -JY 



MARIAN ZUCKERMAN 



SENIORS NOT 
PHOTOGRAPHED 

Leonardo Abalahin 
Boris Boruchovich 
Dennis Castetter 
Rafael Chaires 
Kenneth Collins 
Scott Devlin 
Chris Drew 
Michael Glennon 
Eric Glomski 
Cynthia Hayward 
Alan Hoffman 
David McGillick 
Daniel Millar 
Edward Antoine 
Montiero 
Victoria Preston 
Michael Rosenberg 
Maryellen Sherman 
Tammie Smith 



I 



CLASS OF 1986/45 




1. Jeff French shows off his winning smile 2. Chelby Blogett performs her majorette routine. 3. Flowers 
brighten Jamie Harden's day. 4. Kerry McGovern and Kristin Dougherty smile over their victories. 5. 
Sue Reynolds works on her passion for turtles. 6. Wendy Laliberte is one student that has interest. 7. 
Our BHS Today newscaster, Nate Sears, tells us the news. 8. Russ Smith, Mr. Duggan, and Mike 
DeMattio share jokes amoung the guys. 





LEONARDO ABALAHIN 
30 B Scoti Circle 

LORI ACREE 
2 Clarke Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2, 3. 4, Winter Track 3. 4, 
Indoor 4i Dollars for Scholars 3, 4-. Computer Club I. 
THANKS TO: M.P.G., R.H.. S.H., S.G.. A.S.. and the track 
team. Especially Mom, Dad, Grandma, and Matt whom I 
wouldn't have made it without. Thanks for putting up 
with me-Matt-l LOVE YAI FUTURE GOALS: Go to col 
lege, be successful in a business or law career, run and 
enjoy life. 

MARIA ALBANESE 
190 North Road 

ACTIVITIES: Swim Team I, 2, A wing 3, 4. THANKS TO: 
P H. K.L., G.J.. C.C., J.J. FUTURE GOALS: To graduate 
from college and to travel all over the world. Live life to 
its fullest. 

MARK ALCAIDE 
5 Winchester Drive 

ACTIVITIES; Soccer I, 2, 3, Captain 4-. Ski Team 2; Bas- 
ketball I, 3. 4, Track 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4; Boys State 3. 
THANKS TO: Thank you, Neil, for being the best friend 
anyone could have, and to John, the idealist-you got me 
through Chem. Thanx. FUTURE GOALS. To make such a 



tremendously gross amount of money that I can have a 
different house and B.M.W. every day of the year. 

NEIL AMIDON 

20 Independence Road 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball I, Outdoor Track I. 2, 3, 4, Soccer 

1, 2. 3. 4i Indoor Track 2, 3, 4i Stage Crew 3i Latin Cfub I. 

2, 3, 4. THANKS TO: M.A.. J.S.. T.C.. CM., J.B. FUTURE 
GOALS: I want to be a world class gymnast and Presi- 
dent of the United States. 

LAURI ANN ARDOLINO 
210 South Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer li Powder Puff 3 THANKS TO: Ev 
eryone who has put excitement into this town with me 
at one time or another. Especially P.P., K.S., J.H., K B., 
and the two D's, for all the great times. Good luck to 
everyonel Have a blasti FUTURE GOALS: Go off to 
school. Become extremely successful and never get too 
old for anything. 

DA VID ARMINI 
12 Harvard Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball I, Tennis 2. 3. 4, Golf 3. 



LINDA A. BEARDSLEY 

20 Glenridge Drive 

THANKS TO: L.M., T.M., S.K., D.L. 

To be successful and happy. 



T.S. FUTURE GOALS: 



46/DIRECTORY 



PAM BECkWITH 

17 Orchard Road 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer I, 3; Basketball I, Softball I. 2, 3, 
Yearbook 4: THANKS TO: Thanks to all you crazy peop 
who helped me thru this thing called lifel Especially i 
Erika: without your support, forget iti Also to Jeani 
Dorito-Head. Weeble, and Standard-Queen. YOU gu^ 
are the best. I'll miss you all. M-I-D-ILY 



JIM R BIEREN 
15 A Curve Street 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer I: Ski Team 2. THANKS TO: P.E 

D.Q.M.D.C., FUTURE GOALS: Go to college, be an ele, 
trical and mechanical engineer and be rich! 

COURTNEY BISHOP 
44 Hillside Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading I, 2: Softball I. THANKS T< 
Thanks to H P., S.D., D R., R.D. Special thanks to Da. 
Mom, and RichI FUTURE GOALS: To be happy, health 
and wealthy. 2 party and share it all with the ones 
lovelll 



RACHELL BISHOP ^ 
II Pope Terrace 
ACTIVITIES: R.O.T.C. THANKS TO: Thanks forever 
M.S. G.C. and G.C. for the wild times. M.K. for the qui 
times. And M L S. for blazing New Frontiers. FUTU 
GOALS: To attend Georgetown University and eveni 
ally become a pediatric surgeon and to live the glaim 
ous life. 

STEVEN BISHOP 4|| 
7 Gleason Road 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball I; Soccer I, 2, 3.; Cross Country 
Tennis 2, 3. 4,: Indoor Track 4: NHS 3, 4, 
THANKS TO: CM.. CM.. H.M.. J.M., M.S.. Spec 
Thanx: Nantucket Crowd 

FUTURE GOALS: To ride a dunebuggy naked throu] 
the Sahara and have tea with someone whose nam< 
can't pronounce. 

CHELBY L. BLODCETT 
75 A. Loomis Street 

ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 2, 3. A.. Co-Captain 3, 4., L 
crosse. Boys' Varsity Manager I. 2, 3. 4,: Powder Puff 
4, THANKS TO: P.D., L.S.. D.H.. Majorettes and ever 
one else. You guys are the besti Keep it special. FUTUI 
GOALS; To get into a good nursing school, work har 
be successful and have a good time getting there. 

BORIS BORUCHOVICH 

50 Sweetwater Avenue 

HANNAH E BRAGG 

51 Hancock Street 
ACTIVITIES: Media Intern 3i Prom Decorating 3,rCo 
cert Band 2.. THANKS TO: Kim for always being there 
you're the best friend anyone could have. I couldr 
have made it with out you S.F., L.D.. S.H.. L.A.. and allir 
friends — thanks for all the fun times. And thanks I 
Mom, Dad, and Andy for putting up with me. FUTUf 
GOALS: To go to college, sail around the world, live in 
house on the beach in California or the Cape and ha\ 
fun. 




ROBERTA BRANCA 
33 Otis Street 
ACTIVITIES: Drama I, 2, 3., Swim Team 2, 3,, Telemedia 
THANKS TO. To K.T. "Slow down, you crazy chil. 
You're so ambitious for a juvenile . . . Don't you kno 
Vienna waits for you?" But don't slow down in mylii 
timel To J.B. — "I don't want clever conversation . . . 
just want someone to talk to . . ." Don't forget bar 
parties, the Mass Pike to Rocky Horror, or me. To L.S 
What's to say? Novels in a yearbook are an indicatio 
of egocentrism. Thank for everything, to CM. Be 
clown ... be a clown, etc. and take care of Dai 
Elevators are really neat . . 17. 18. 19. FUTURE GOALS, T 
take what I've been taught and apply it to what I lean 

BARRY BRELAND JR. 

ACTIVITIES: Football I THANKS TO. D.B.. R.S., B.S.. T.W 
CD., FUTURE GOALS: To leave Bedford and make th 
most of my lifei and have a good time doing it. 



AMY BRUNO 
345 South Road 



KNKS TO: Good Times- Past .... Futurei C.S.. T.T., 
, K.S.. A.C. FUTURE GOALS: To live in peace 




SEMARie CALLAHAN U 
South Rd. 

riVITIES. A wing I. 2, 3, 4.. THANKS TO: B.D. J.C.. 
, D.T., A.B. FUTURE GOALS: Leave Bedford, live by 
;elf, get along with my mother, always keep in touch 
1 my friends. 

-.MAL CALIBNDER w**^ ^ Tm~ 
Old Billerica Rd. 

nVITIES: Cross Country I. 2, 3. 4,i Winter Track I. 2, 
, Spring Track I. 2, 3. A., Musical I, 2, 3.i Stage Crew 
Zitizenship Committee I, 2, 3, 4, Student Advisory 
nmittec 2, 34, i AFS 2, 3.i Regional Student Advisory 
ncil 3. 4 THANKS TO: G.S.. P.S., D.B., J.D.. AND MV. 
J guys made it all worthwhile. FUTURE GOALS: To 
the soles off my feet. 



JL CAMERON 
Senetti Circle 



r 



TTHEW CANTELLA 
^eadowbrook Road 

IVITIES: Basketball I, 2,. THANKS TO: L.N. M.T., 
, S.W B.L. FUTURE GOALS: To go to college, then 
ry a very rich woman and never have to work again. 



1ERT CARLSON 
3reat Road 



UE CARROLL 
J^oodland Road 
IVITIES: Field Hockey I. 2, Drama Club I, Powder 
3, 4, Hall Decorating I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Decorating 3. 
kNKS TO: Momll F.T., CM., L.K.. K.C., and M.W.I To 
ly friends - forgive me if I never found the words to 
you know exactly how much / Love Youl FUTURE 
\lS: Enjoy life and always be happyl 



m PATRICE CARROLL 
Voodland Road 
IVITIES: Cross Country I. 2, 4) Manager 3i Spring 
:k I. 2, 3, 4i Winter Track I. 4, Powder Puff 4. 
iNKS TO: To my family, coaches, and friends espe- 
y S.M. I Love You all. FUTURE GOALS. To be a 
ressful runner, have a big family and always be 

'y- 



:iA YVETTE CASEY ^ -^"^ jf ■* § 

dependence Road 

iNKS TO: Thank you very much Hilton and Sheila. I 
; You H.S.M. I Love You MomI E.R.C. It was nice 
wing you, C.H. I'm glad we got to know each other. 
Thanks Bedford High School. FUTURE GOALS: Af 
graduating, I plan to further my education. My ma- 
s Business. 

LOE CASSIDY^__\f\ 

nthony 

IVITIES: Soccer I, 2. 3, Winter Track 2, 3, Manager 4, 
ng Track 2, 3, 4i Cross Country 4i Choir I, 2i Madri- 
3. 1i Double Sextette 3, 4, NHS 3, 4. THANKS TO: 
•yonel But especially Mom and Dad, T.C., K.P., G.S., 
, K.C., Tracy, and Patty. FUTURE GOALS: To make 
hrough an entire day without bumping into 
ethine. 

INIS CASTETTER ^^.^MtO' 
Bedford Village J^. 

AEL CHAIRES \ijJ^^^ 
Wtford Street W^^^ « 

rf/V LOUISE CIERPIAL 
oodmoor Drive 

IVITIES: JV Field Hockey I, JV Softball I, 2, Soccer- 
key Cheerleading 2, 3i Captain 4, Class President I, 
FS 4, Concert Band li Marching Band li Ensembles \, 
ir 2, 3, 4, Musical 2, 3. 4, Hall Decorating I. 2. 3, 4, 
der Puff 4. THANKS TO: Thanks to all my special 




friends who made these 4 years unforgelablel Especial- 
ly K.F., T.C., K.M., P.D., S.G. and past graduated seniors. 
FUTURE GOALS: To bring a little happiness wherever I 
go- 

MARCIA CLEMENTS ^ ' 

45 Springs Road 

ACTIVITIES. Softball I, 2, 3, A-Wing 2, 3. THANKS TO. 
Thanks for being there. M L.. K.W., R.S., B P., FUTURE 
GOALS; To live long and happy and to get married to 
Bill Pyles. 

ELIZABETH M. COKE 
70 A Scott Circle 

THANKS TO: Steve A. who gave me the inspiration, my 
dad, mompets, and Frank. FUTURE GOALS: To become a 
cosmotologist and own my own shop. 



CHRISTINE COLEMAN > 
3 Norma Road 

ACTIVITIES: A-Wing 2, 3. 4. THANKS TO. D.G.. K.L.. P H.. 
M.A., D.R. FUTURE GOALS. To go out with David for 
more than a week without breaking up. 



KENNETH COLLINS 
II Bandera Drive 

ROBERT COLLINS 
II Bandera Drive 



LISA CONE 

9 Fern Way 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey I, Yearbook 1. A-Wing I, 2. 3. 4. 
THANKS TO: Many thanks to Pitt, the "party" pals. Led 
Zep and B.L. FUTURE GOALS. I'm gonna own the Van- 
derbuilt mansion. 



2, 3, 4. THANKS TO: D.L., L.D., 



KEIIY CONWAY 
4 Ten Acres Drive 
ACTIVITIES: A-Wing I. 
D.F.. G.J.. L.C. FUTURE GOALS: To be the best I can be. 



TRICIA LOUISE CONWAY 
314 Old Billerica Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer I, 2, 3, Captain 4i Class Secretary I. 
2. 3. 4i Hall Decorating I, 2, 3. 4. Prom Committee 3, 
Double Sextette 3. 4, Choir 3, 4, Powder Puff 4, Basket- 
ball I, Softball I, 2, Spring Musical 3, 4. THANKS TO: All 
my old and new friends who made these four years 
fantastici Especially members of the Class of '85, K.C., 
K.F., A.M.. P.D., -I LOVE YOU ALLI Also my family. C- 
you're the BcstI FUTURE GOALS: To do things no one 
ever expected of me and become the best I can be. 
Also, to keep smiling and have unusual amounts of fun 
with my friends. 

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LORI ANGEL COREY 
4 Patterson Road 

EUGENE CORREA % dL^ 

93 B Scott Circle * jff^ \ \ tf* 

ACTIVITIES: Band I. 2. 3, ROTC 2. 3. 4, Soccer 3. FUTURE 
GOALS: I hope to be richi 




JAMES COZZI 

451 Old BiUerica Road 




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RICHARD LUND DACEY 
37 Pine Street 
ACTIVITIES: Choir I. 2. 3. 4, Madrigal 3. 4, Marching 
Band 3. 4. Drum Major 4. Pep Band 3. 4. Musical I. 2. 3. 4, 
Hall Decorating 4. THANKS TO: I'll thanks y'all in 
person. 



NANCY L DAMEKY 

I Bridge Street 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Team I, Drama Club I. THANKS TO. 
S.M.. D.L., D P., R.Y.. and God. Thanks for all the great 
times, all the help and love. I love all of you forever. 
FUTURE GOALS: To find out why I exist, if I exist, and 
to travel all over the world, 

ADRIENNE DANIELL 

II Bonair Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Varsity Tennis Manager h Hall Decorating 
4. THANKS TO. K.P., M A,. J.D.. S.S, FUTURE GOALS: To 
go to college and make something out of myself. 

ERIC DAVIS 

387 Davis Road 

ACTIVITIES. Cross Country 3. ROTC I. 2. 3. 4. THANKS 
TO. S.D.. G.B.. D P.. R.S.. R.H. FUTURE GOALS. Get 
through college. 



RUSSELL N. DEGREGORY 
23 Cot Hill Road 
ACTIVITIES. Telemedia 2. 3. 4, Yearbook 3, AFS 3, Drama 
Club 4i Choir 4, Madrigal 4, Tournament of Plays 4. 
Musical Comedy 4. THANKS TO: J.R.M, M.P.G, K.M.W. 
G.M.H. R.L.M 

DAVID M. DELBLLIS 
182 South Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football I. 2. 3, Baseball I. 2, Basketball I, 
Powder Puff Coach 3, Hall Decorating I. 2. 3. 4. THANKS 
TO. Thanx to all who have been there through high 
school and more. Especially "D". Stench. Booga. Dick- 
ey, and Always Caroline. I Love Youl FUTURE GOALS. 
Get a job. get rich, or win megabucks, get my Porsche 
and live happily ever after. 



MIKE DEMATTIO 
26 Elmbrook Road 



PA TRICK JOSEPH DENARO 
99 South Road 
FUTURE GOALS: To own a Ferrari, have a lot of money, 
and party-it-up while I'm young. 

ALICIA D ERRICO 
4 Bridge Street 

THANKS TO. M M., and M.M. Dream on . 



SCOTT DEVLIN 
2 P.O. Box 389 



RICH DOHERTY 

54 Notre Dame Road 

ACTIVITIES. Football I, Basketball I. THANKS TO. CO.. 
S.S.. P.C.. R.S.. B.S.. and Laura P. and D. FUTURE GOALS. 
To make a name for myself and to jam with Steve Tyler 
and Joe Perry. 

KEVIN DONAHUE 
94 Hartwell Road 

RACHAEL DONATO 
131 Patterson Road 

ACTIVITIES: A-Wing I. 2. 3. 4. THANKS TO. R.B.. R.D.. 
L.B.. H.M.. D.P. FUTURE GOALS. To go to college and to 
be successful. 



KRISTIN MARY DOUGHERTY 
312 Concord Road 
ACTIVITIES. Soccer I. 2. 3. 4, Basketball I. 2. 3. 4, Softball 
I. 2. 3. 4, Peer Leadership 3. THANKS TO. K.L.. J.D., K.M.. 
P.B.. J.M FUTURE GOALS. I would like to go to college 
and become a teacher. 

CHRISTOPHER DREW X 
182 North Road 



SUSAN DROHAN 
15 Glenridge Drive 

ACTIVITIES. Swimming 1. Majorettes 2. 3. 4. Hockey 
Manager 3. 4i Powder Puff 4. Citizenship Committee 3. 
THANKS TO. E.I.. always remember freshman F periods. 
CM., for just everything in the past couple of years (no 
more trips to B.K. on Friday nights for usi) CB. and D.R. 
and H.P. (wow-too many memories to even mention 
one). FUTURE GOALS. To make it through college in 
four years, and to earn a degree in hospital 
administration. 



SUSAN LEA DAMERON 
265 Davis Road 

ACTIVITIES. Field Hockey I. 2, Hall Decorating 3. 
THANKS TO. Partying at the rink-D.P. and L.P.. Many 
good talks -L.C. mickey child-C.G.. and nosebreaker- 
S.M. FUTURE GOALS. To be dentist, own a '57 thunder- 
bird, and have a large modern house with a maid. 



DIRECTORY/47 



PAMELA DUTRA 

I Lynnfield Street 

ACTIVITIES: Class Vice President I. 2.-. Homeroom Rep i. 
Class Treasurer 4; Cheerleading I. 2. i, Capt. 4; Powder 
Puf( football i. 4.; Musical 2. 3, 4i Prom Committee. 
THANKS TO: C.B.. and L.S. for making the past four 
years the best. Good Luck and be happy, you deserve 
the best S.Y.L Thanks K.C.. T C D.H. FUTURE GOALS: 
To marry a rich professional Athlete, be successful, and 
be happy. 



JENNEPHER BETH PYSOS 
459 Old Billerica Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer I. 3. 3. 4.: Basketball I. 2. 3. 4, Softball 
I. 1. 3. 4, Powder Puff 3. THANKS TO: Thanks for all the 
great times K.D . K.M.. M.L . K D (soph). John FUTURE 
GOALS: Go to a 4-year college, play sports, and open a 
health spa. 



KIRSTEN MARIE EBERSOLE 
32 Wildwood Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Ski team 2. 3. 4,, Powder Puff 3. 4.; Manager 
Boys' Varsity Soccer 4.; Manager Varsity Baseball 3, 4.: 
AFS Vice President 4,; Swim Team 3. THANKS TO: Jen 
nifer Weisz. /Vfelissa Cjette. Cheryl PiNxsco. feslie Car- 
roll, A^chelle fltts. 



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TODD EVANS 
34 Hill side Ave 
THANKS TO: The Jesters FUTURE GOALS: To be the 
opening act for the ScorpiansI 




WAYNE FALION 
18 Elliot Road. 

SHEILA EELTMAN 
23 Lido Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Wind ensemble I. 2. 3. 4^ Jazz Emsemble 1. 2. 
3. 4,, Marching Band I. 2, 3. 4.. Pit Orchestra I. 2. 3. 4. 
Orchestra I. 2. 3. 4: Concert Band 2. 3.^ Telemedia 3. 4. 
Student Athletic Trainer 2. 4.i Drama Club I. 2. 3, 4, 
Science League 4. Gymnastics team mascot 2, 3. 4.. 
THANKS TO: Everybody. We've finally made it And I 
never would have without you all. FUTURE GOALS: 
Move to Philadelphia, change my name to Sheila C. 
Brooks, and maybe do something slightly meaningful 
with my life. 

MIKE G FERRI 

4 Winchester Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey I. 2, 3. 4. THANKS TO: J O., M.G.. 
R.F.. J.C.. D.G. FUTURE GOALS: To get a big truck like 
Joe. 



DEBORAH FIORINO 
16 Overlook Drive 

THANKS TO: Thanks for always being there-Che 
Trea. T.M., K.C., M M. hang m there! S QJJ. rem. all 
good times. FUTURE GOALS: To be a mermaid. 

KARA FLYNS 

25 Old Stage Coach Road. 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis I. 2. 3, 4.; AFS 3, 4., Cheerleadin; 
4., Swim Team I, 2,, Powder Puff 4. THANKS TO: Th 
you. Mom, Dad. and Paul you're the best!! A spe. 
thanks to the people who made my high school years 
memorable K.C., M.K , T.C., K.M., P.Z . D.R. . and eve 
one else — you know who you are. love you a lot. xo 
FUTURE GOALS: I hope to be happy and make oth 
happy wherever life may lake me. 

JEFFREY P FRENCH 
6 Hardy Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football I. 2. 3. 4,: Basketball I.; Lacrosse I 
3. 4: Powder Puff Coach 3. 4.: Prom Dec. 3. THANKS 1 
Thanks for all the good times T.T., R.S . S.G.. DC, C 
FUTURE GOALS: Brief time in the military. Then ii 
law enforcement. If not, then I'll party. 




DAVID GAGE 

212 Old Billerica Road 



DOUGLAS ELDER 
26 Notre Dame Road 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 2, 3; Captain 4: Legislative Com- 
mittee 3: NHS 3, Co President 4, THANKS TO: B.G.. J.S.. 
J.S.. M.M.. M W. FUTURE GOALS: To backpack, ski. and 
enjoy life with others, unchecked by money, age. or 
health. 



DENISE LYNN FINKELSTEIN 
17 Clark Road 

ACTIVITIES: Swimteam I. Mgr. 2. AFS I, 2. 3,; Homeroom 
Rep I, 2, i. Powder Puff 3: Yearbook 4-, Prom Committee 
3. THANKS TO: D.O.. W.M.. L.H.. T T.. K.S. FUTURE 
GOALS: To become a buyer for a big retail firm, and to 
be rich 



I. Neil Amidon, Peter Stamatakos. and Mark Alcaide try to look like they are working hard. 3. Field 
hockey captain. Lucy McGovern, enjoys a flower during spirit week. 3. Matt Cantella loves his music. 4. 
Crystal Murphy knows what it takes to succeed. 5. Mike Geriek tries to remember what class he goes to 
next. 6. Andrea Preston daydreams about suinmer. 7. Sam White watches the scores of the other team. 
8. First row: Sandy MacDonald, Kim Murphy. Teresa Tilman. Hannah Bragg: Second row: Denise Paganis, 
Kellie Pease. Lynn Hughes, Linda Pysczynski. and Patty Oisen hanging out together. 




SEAMUS GARRETT 

22 H Bedford Village 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer I. 2. 3, Captain 4: Hall Decoratir 
2. 3, 4; Prom Decorating 3-, Basketball \, Track \. Choi 
Musical 4. THANKS TO: J.F., C.N.. and C.S., for all 
partying times Also to all the guys at the Hamp 
Beach Police Deparlment for making my weeki 
great! And special thanks to M R . I Luv u FUTI 
GOALS To attend college for a year or two. then t 
the world as a heavy metal rock star unti I get old. 
ya, I wanna be rich too. 

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BRIAN J. GELLATLY 
415 Davis Road - 
ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse 2, 3, 4. THANKS TO: Thanks to 
crew FUTURE GOALS: To see the dark side of the mo 



CHUCK GERBRANDS 
33 Sweetwater Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Football I. 2: Lacrosse i. Drama Club 
Choir 3, 4 THANKS TO Thanx testers! FUTURE GOA 
To live how / want, and to always be happy. 

MICHAEL P. GERLEK 
2 Robinson Drive 
ACTIVITIES: Student Advisory Board 3. 4, Telemedif 
4 THANKS TO LA.A . M.M.G.. K.T.W.. N.S.S . H.C 
FUTURE GOALS To live a successful life in bliS5 
anonymity. 

BETTY GETZ 
15 Evans Avenue 

MICHAEL GIL LIS 

2A Bedford Village 

ERIC GLOMSKI 
3 Benjamin Kidder Road 

ACHINTYA P GOEL 
25 Selfridge Road 

MICHELE GONZALEZ 

338 LAUGHLIN, SAN ANTONIO, TX. 78211 
ACTIVITIES: Marching Band 2. 3. 4, Orchestra, Ja; 
Student Trainer 2, i. Basketball I, 2. 3, 4, Spring Tra 
2. 3, 4, Hall Decorating 2, 3,. 4 THANKS TO P.C., 
B.M.. P K S . and the band crew FUTURE GOALS: ^ 
it through school and have a good life 

MARK M. GUETERSLOH** 0/ | 

6 Old Stagecoach Road 

ACTIVITIES Telemedia I, 2. 3. 4; Af S I 1. Drill team 3 
THANKS TO: M.P.G., N.S.. R.D.. J.M 







KY HAMBY 

rk Circle 

IVITIES: Cross Country I. 2. 3; Caprain 4. Winter 
k I. 3; Ski Team 3. 4^ Captain 4; Spring Track I. 2. 3. 
ill Decorating 4. THANKS JO J.H.. S.S.. P.S.. M.K.. 
. AND the CC team FUTURE GOALS: To helicopter 
jnada. 



\ES £ HARDEN JR. 
drews Road ^ 
IVITIES: Baseball I. Student Athletic Trainer 3; Soc- 
I. 2. 3. 4: Winter Track 4; Spring Track 3. 4: Hall 
)rating 4. THANKS TO: M.K.. S.D.. C.B.. K.D.. B.H. 
JRE GOALS: I want to have a great time at Florida 
! University and go on to be very rich. 

II 

lA HARRISON 
vette Road 

IVITIES: Football I. 3. 3. 4; Baseball I. 3. 4: Hockey 4. 
NKS TO: C.B.. P.D.. W.F.. T V. K.D. 

\N E HAWKINS '^'^"^^{^P ""^K 
itis Street ^^^^ $0 

IVITIES; Musical I. 2, i. 4, Gymnastics I. 3; Soccer I. 
ring Track I, 2, 3. 4; Winter Track 4; Double Sex- 
r 1. 3. 4. THANKS TO: Thanks to my special friends 
>c friendships have filled my pot of gold. Carol, you 

made the years very memorable. I wish everyone 
of happiness. FUTURE GOALS: To finish college. 

i and raise a family, enjoy a career, and travel 
nd the world. May we meet someday in a distant 



REN K. HECGESTAD / ' 

do Lane 

IVITIES: Swimming I. 2. h Gymnastics I, 2. 3. 4: 
nament of Plays I. 4: Hall Decorating 4: Prom Deco- 
ig 3; Science League 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: 
book Staff 4 THANKS TO: Thanks to my family, all 
riends (you should know who you are-if you don't. 
:k with me) and everyone who has ever helped me 
St made me happy. FUTURE GOALS: I'd like to be 
rally happy and successful— other than that. I'm 
"undecided "I % I ^ A 

•HANIE ANN HIRSCH 
ax Run Road 

IVITIES: Ensembles I. 2. 3: Choir 4 THANKS TO: LA. 
CM, LD. TW FUTURE GOALS: To attend college and 
appy. 



PATRICIA GAIL HOOPEKyy..^ 
2 Russett Road ^ O-v , 

ACTIVITIES: A-Wing 3. 4. THANKS TO: M.A.. K.L.. CC. 
T.T.. and G.J.. FUTURE GOALS: To attend a junior col- 
lege and be happy. . ^ 

LYNN HUGHES 

336 Concord Road 

ACTIVITIES: Student Athletic Trainer 2: Yearbook Staff 
4: Powder Puff 4: Homeroom Rep. 3, 4: Hall Decorating 
4i Prom Decorating 3. THANKS TO: Thanks for all the 
great times class of 1986. especially M.P.. S.S. D.O,, C.L.. 
L.M.. Sue. Linda P.. and Mom g Dad always. FUTURE 
GOALS: I plan to go to college, be successful, and be 
married, by the age of 30. 



DOROTHY lOVINO 

180 South Road 



ERIC IS NOR 

138 Page Rd. ' 

ACTIVITIES: Football I. 2. 3. 4; Baseball U Track 3: Prom 
Decorating 3: Hall Decorating I. 2. 3.4. THANKS TO: 
T.Y.. J.F.. D.H.. S.D.. K.A. . FUTURE GOALS: To go to 
school and to get a good job, to raise a family and 
become rich. -i^gj^^^ 



JODI JAILLET 




^9/ *^ 

35 Washington Street 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer I. 2: Basketball I THANKS TO: A.B., 
C S.. T.T.. K.S.. S.A. FUTURE GOALS: Be happy. 



JOANNA JEANNOTTE 
66 Elm Street 

THANKS TO: M.6C.. C.B., CM 



GAIL JOHNSON 
21 Reeves Road 

ACTIVITIES: A Wing I. 2. 3. 4 THANKS TO: W.L.. M L., 
K S.. M A.. K.L. FUTURE GOALS: To get my degree in 
Occupational Therapy. Become rich and happy. 



STEPHEN JONES 
18 Reeves Road 




TEN L HOCKER 
:ott STREET 

IVITIES: JV Soccer I: Captain 2: Manger Girls' Bas- 
al! 2. 3. 4i Manager Freshman Baseball I: Varsity 
er 3. 4. Prom Co-Chairman i. AFS 3. 4: Powder Puff 
HS 3. 4: Hall Decorating 2. 3. 4: Lip Sine 3 THANKS 

The Gogos — It's been real. To the Nantucket 
I— you are all special to me. CRM. HM. CRM, JM. 
iai thanks to MF for all your love. Mom. Dad. and 
n— thank you. always remember I love you. FUTURE 
iLS: To catch the tiny leprechaun and get his pot of 

In other words, to enjoy my successes. 




i\ HOFFMAN 

som Air Force Base 



iARD HOLLIS 
ilaska AVENUE 

IVITIES: Parallax I: Winter Track 2: Citizenship 
iinitee 3, 4: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: National Honor 
ety 3, 4: Choir I, 2. 3, 4 THANKS TO: AG. DD. CS. 

and RD FUTURE GOALS: After completing studies 
liberal arts college. I hope to become a successful 

school teacher. ^ 
> 

f MICHAEL HOLMSTEAD 
arren Avenue 
IVITIES: Ski Team I. 2. 3. 4: Telemedia Broadcasting 
3. 4. Drama Club 4: Tennis Team I. 2. THANKS TO: 
'^om and Dad. FUTURE GOALS: To have many good 
s with friends and family. To make lots of money 
spend it my way. 



STEPHANIE KATZ - 

4 Dewey Road .. |/| f 

ACTIVITIES: Freshman Football, Manager 3; Powder Puff 
Football 3, 4: Student Athletic Trainer 4: Varsity Basket- 
ball Manager 4 THANKS TO: P C. T.L. L B. and especial- 
ly L.M. Thanks for the memories. FUTURE GOALS: To 
get a |ob with L.M and work in an office with plush 
carpeting and a large bookcase and have my own 
secretary. 

MICHAEL L. KENNEY ^ 
33 Old Stagecoach Road 

ACTIVITIES: Wind Ensembles I, 2. 3, 4, Jazz Ensembles 2, 
3. 4: Orchestra I. 2. 3, 4: Football 2, 3: Lacrosse I, 2; 
Spring Track 3. 4: Pit Orhestra I. 2. 3. 4. THANKS TO: 
K.P. and the crew FUTURE GOALS: To take things as 
they come. 




SOMPONG KHOXA YO 
87 Old Burlington Road 
THANKS TO: All my friends, especially Linh Dona, who's 
very nice and sweet and is always there. FUTURE 
GOALS: I plan to go to college and get a master's in 
business. 



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ACTIVITIES: Ensembles I. 2. 3. 4. THANKS TO: M.L. L A. 
K M. J.W. B.G. Don't forget all the good times we've 
had together Good Luck Class of "86"! FUTURE GOALS: 
To attend college and gel married. 



MIA KLEIN 
no Offutt Road 



LESLIE KOLARIK 
54 Offutt Road 

ACTIVITIES: Varsity Golf I. 2-, Soccer 2. Gymnastics 3: 
Manager 3. THANKS TO: Thanks for all the great times. 
I Love You. T.WI Thanks to L.C. J.K. L.M. and all the 
other people who helped make my last year special! 
FUTURE GOALS: Go to college, get married, and enjoy 
my life. -|^-- 

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YAEL KUPIEC 

6 Glen Terrace 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country I. 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2. 3. 
4: Spring Track I. 2. 3, 4: Wind Ensemble 3, 4: Marching 
Band 3. 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Math League 2. 3. 
THANKS TO: My family and friends for their constant 
support. FUTURE GOALS: To be well-educated, fulfilled 
and contribute something worthy to the world. 



WENDY LALIBERTE 
263 Old Billerica Road 

ACTIVITIES: A wing I. 2. 3. 4. THANKS TO: K.S. M M. 
A C. A.P for being there. Keep smiling! FUTURE GOALS: 
To have a healthy, exciting and memorable life. 



MELODY LAUZON %f . 
214 South Road ^ »M ^ 

THANKS TO: Thanks to everyone but especially T.S, J.K, 
D.L, V.K. FUTURE GOALS: To be a CPA and be happily 
married with lots of kids. 

PATRICIA LEONICk 
174 South Road 

ACTIVITIES: ROTC I, 2. 3. 4: Softball I. 2, 4: Prom Deco- 
rating 3. THANKS TO: M.K, K M, S.M, P.B. E.J. FUTURE 
GOALS: After graduation I plan to go into the Air Force. 



DIANE LIBBY 
8 Hill Road 

ACTIVITIES: JV Soccer 1. Powder Puff 3, 4: Lacrosse 
Manager 2, 3, 4, Concert Band I, THANKS TO: K M, L.S, 
K.T, K.P. and Eddie-and special thanks to CM. for being 
there for me. FUTURE GOALS: To become an architect 
and to travel. 



CHRISTINE LINZ 
2 Jeffrey Circle 
ACTIVITIES: Ensembles I: Choir 3. 4; Musical 3, 4: Home- 
room Rep 2: Hall Decorating I, 2, 3. 4: Prom Decorating 
3i Field Hockey 2. 3. Captain 4; Powder Puff Football 3. 
4: NHS 3, 4. THANKS TO: Mom. Dad. Laura. Lisa, and all 
my friends! Thanks for making these 4 years great! 
FUTURE GOALS: To live in England for a few years, 
marry a gorgeous guy, and be happy. 



MICHELLE E. LIPCZER 
63 Elm Street 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 3: Softball 2. 3. 4-. Cheerleading 
4: Powder Puff 3. 4: Prom Decorating 3. THANKS TO: 
Thanks to everyone who was there for me and a special 
thanks to Zig, M.C D.L. J.D. Russ and Mom and Dad. 
FUTURE GOALS: To be happy, succeed in life, and be 
extremely wealthy. 

KERRY LITCHFIELD ' 5 

94 Carlisle 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball I: Swim Team I. 2, A Wing 3. 4 
THANKS TO: B.D., CC, P H., M.A., J.S. FUTURE GOALS: 
To be happy I 



JENNIFER KIMMONS 



114 Pine Hill Road 



DEBORAL C. LOONEY 
27 Old Billerica Road 
ACTIVITIES: Hall Decorating I. 2. A. Powder Puff 4: Prom 
Decorating 3: Prom Chairperson 4; F B Cheerleading 3. 
4; Captain 4, A Wing I. 2. 3. 4. THANKS TO: You guys are 
the best. Thanks lor everything, especially to a K.C.. 
M.L.. J.F., L.B., AND mostly CD. FUTURE GOALS: Have a 



M.L..J.F.,L.B., AND most 



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CAROLYN McCOLLEM 
I Ridgewood Lane 



97 North Rd, 

MICHAEL McCRA VY 
335 Springs Rd. 



JOHN McCUNE. JR. 
443 North Rd. 

THANKS TO. K.T.. B W., M.B., S.P., S.B 



DAVID McGILLICK 

95 C Scott Crrcle 




DEBORAH LOVELY 
111 The Great Road 

ACTIVITIES: Varsity Rifle Team 1. Prom Decorating 3; 
Hall Decorating 3. THANKS TO: J R.. N.D.. S.M.. D.S.. and 
all my friends FUTURE GOALS: Go to college, graduate, 
get married, go to Lake Tahoe for my honeymoon, 
move into a brown house and live happily ever after! 



SANDRA LYNNE MACDONALD 
21 Dunelm Road 

ACTIVITIES: Ensembles I. 2. 3, 4, Musical 3. Yearbook 
Staff 4. THANKS TO: Mom and Dad. You re the greatest 
of friends N.D, D P, R.Y, and D.L, don t forget B. FU- 
TURE GOALS: To be an elementary teacher, marry rich, 
be happy, and to keep in touch! Plus, to never be sick 
again!! 

KATHLEEN MACGUILKEN 
14 Evand Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Representative I, 3-, Basketball I, 

2, 3. THANKS TO: The memories we made will always be 
treasured. Love Yal K M, CM, K.T. D.L, L.M FUTURE 
GOALS: To become a buyer for Lord n Taylor, marry 
John Taylor and own a white Rolls Royce. 

JON A THON MANN 
34 Springs Road 

THANKS TO: R D.G, A G, E.N, G.H, S.A. FUTURE GOALS: 
SAIL around the world and build the Keep. 

CHRISTINE RENEE MARTELL 
One Beverly Road 

ACTIVITIES: NHS 3. 4; Prom Committee 3. 4, Chairman 
4; Soccer I, 2, 3, 4i Gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4^ 
Ensembles I, 2. 3, 4, Hall DEcorating I. 2. i. Powder Puff 
Football 4. THANKS TO: My parents, Laura, Jeannette. 
and my closet friends. T.W., M.P.. H.M., K.H., and the 
other CRM. FUTURE GOALS. To live to be VX> years old 
and smile forever! 

CHRIS MASSA 
16 Beverly Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer I, 2, 3. 4; NHS (Treasurer), Tennis 2, 

3. THANKS TO: H R M, H.R.M, J.B.M, S.T.B 

JENNIFER MAXON 
II Meadowbrook Road 

ACTIVITIES: Swim Team I. 2, 3. 4: Captain A. Basketball I. 
2. 3, 4: Softball I. 2. 3. 4. Prom Decorating i. NHS 3. 4: 
Yearbook Staff 3, 4 Copy Editor 4i Homeroom Rep. 2, 3. 
4: Hall Decorating 3, 4, School Newspaper 4 THANKS 
TO: To all my friends, teammates, and my family 
you've been great, with a special thanks to H M., S B., 
C M., aand J.C. for making these years the best. FU 
TURE GOALS: First, I'm getting through college After 
that, who knows? 

TRACY LYNNE McARDLE 
291 Davis Road 

ACTIVITIES: Softball I. 2. 3. 4: Prom Chairman i. Ski 
Team 3, 4: Powder Puff Football 3, 4: National Honor 
Society 3, 4: Yearbook 2, 4: Hall Decorating I, 2. 3, 4. 
THANKS TO: CO, L.S, K.L. K.Y: Never forget to remem- 
ber the good times — Be good guys— Good Luck. Thanx 
Mom and Dad. FUTURE GOALS: To be happy and hu- 
morous for the rest of tomorrow. Also to have the world 
by the tail without pulling too hard. 



CAROL R. McCLATCHEY 
3 Gould Road 



ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 2: Captain 3. 4. Gymnastics I. 2, 
3, 4, Captain; Prom Committee 3, Chairman 4: Wind 
Ensembles I, 2. 3, 4. Jazz Ensembles 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 
4; Pit Orchestra 3. 4. Science League 4, Marching Band 
I: Hall Decorating I. 2, 3. 4: Powder Puff Football 4. 
Yearbook 4. Peer Leadership 3: The Cherry Blossom 
Parade 411 THANKS TO: My parents and especially my 
sister, but moreover friend, Andrea. Best wishes to 
S.H., K.H., H.M . the other CRM, S.D. and the class of 
I986!ll FUTURE GOALS: Be successful and happy what 
ever I do—study in the field of communications?? 
Eventually I'd like to sight another obsolescent crescent 
with s.h. 



LAURANCE McCONNELL 



*4.B., S.P., S B. 



HEATHER McGILVRAY 
3 Noreen Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer, J.V. I, Varsity 2. 4. Basketball, 
Freshman I. J.V., 2: Athletic Training 4, Manager, base 
ball team, I: Choir, I, 2. 3, 4-. Musical. I, 2, 3, 4: Double 
Sextette, 4i Madrigal, 4. Peer leadership, 3, Prom Com- 
mittee 3i Tournament of plays, 4-. Powder Puff. 4: Year- 
book Staff, I, 2, 4. THANKS TO: The Nantucketeers, the 
Soccer Team, and everyone else who helped me out 
along the way Special thanks to J.M . K.H . CM.. S B., 
and CM. Especially to my sister Erika, who helped to 
make high school a great place! FUTURE GOALS: To be 
swept off my feet by Prince Charming and live happily 
ever after on a banana boat. 



KERRY McCOVERN 
20 Evans Ave. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketbal I, 2, 3, Captain 4: Soccer I, 2; 
Captain 3, 4. Softball I, 2, Captain 3, 4 THANKS TO: 
Thanks for always being there, you guys are the great- 
est, K.C. K.D.. J.D., P.B., J. P. FUTURE GOALS: To attend 
a 4-year college, play basketball, marry rich and be 



LUCY McCOVERN '5, ^ ^ ^ 

3 Ten Acres Dr. 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Captain; Basketball I, 
2, 3, 4: Track I. 2,; Prom Committee i. Hall Decorating I, 
2, 3, 4,: Powder Puff 4 THANKS TO: For all the good 
times— Thanks 86 esp. C.L., M.P.. L H., D O. £ SUE FU- 
TURE GOALS: To travel, to go to school, have a success- 
ful career get married, 6 live happily ever after! 



ALLYSON MARIE McLAUGHlIN 

3 Lido Lane 

ACTIVITIES. Swim Team I, 2, 3. 4, Captain, Tennis Team 
I, 2, 3. 4: Double Sextette 3. 4., Choir I, 2. 3, 4. THANKS 
TO: Keith! My parents, and all my friends. FUTURE 
GOALS: To be the happiest person, party with my 
friends, and take some time out to become the most 
successful lawyer. 

BRENDA McMAHAN ^ . 

Dunster Rd. ' ^ 

ACTIVIES: Wind Ensemble I, 2, 3. 4-. Concert Band 4: 
Madrigal I, 2. 3, 4: Choir 2. 3. 4, Orchestra 4: Double 
Sextette 3, 4-, Drama Club 4. Telemedia 3, 4; Pit Orches- 
tra 4i Musical Comedy 2, 3. THANKS TO: You guys are 
the best: S.F., M.G.. CM., CH, and P.K S. FUTURE 
GOALS: To go to college, play in a professional orches- 
tra, get married, have kids, and live forever. 

LORI McNEANY: 
232 Carlisle Rd. 

ACTIVIES: Basketball Mgr I, 3. 4, Student Athletic 
Trainer 4 Powderpuff 3. 4.. THANKS TO: Thanks for all 
"he memories and fun times— S,K., P.O.. L.B., D.L.. and 



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B.W. FUTURE GOALS: Attend college and be success 
set up a business with S.K. 

MARY MEAD 
44 Pine Hill Rd. 

ACTIVIES: Gymnastics I, 2. 3. 4: Powderpuff 3. THAI 
TO: Always remember, never forget the good tin 
Thanks to M M.. A.D.. P.D., L.S., and P.L. FUTI 
GOALS: To be rich and happy and get out of Bedf( 

ROB MET FAN 
22 Fayette Rd. 

ACTIVIES Football 3. 4, Lacrosse I. 2, 3, 4: Prom D« 
rating 3. 4. Powderpuff Referee 3. FUTURE GOALS: 
ski in Colorado next year for as long as possible 
then suffer through college. 



SUE MELVILLE 
3 EARL Rd. 

ACTIVIES: Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4. Indoor Track I, 2, 
Spring Track I, 2, 3, 4. Concert Band I, 2, 3. THANKS 
Thanks to all my friends at Bedford High. FUTI 
GOALS: To completely understand one physics prob 
by the time I reach 29. 

MELLISA MELVIN " 

20 Wyman Rd. 

THANKS TO: M M. 6 A.D.. WE made it. Remember, 



good times. 

DANIEL MILLAR 
14 Robinson Dr. 



LIGAN^ 



KARIN JOAN MILLIGAN 
250 North Rd. 

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CHERYL F MILLMAN ^ ^ „ 

24 Meadowbook Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Powder Puff Football 3, Football Basket 
Cheerleading 3, Captain 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Field Hockt 
Hall Decorating 1, 2, 3, 4-, Prom Decorating 3; H.R. Re[ 
sentative I, 2. 3, 4: Choir I, 2, 3, 4. Spring Musical I, '. 
4, Double Sextette 3, Legislative Committee Rep. I 
Secretary 3: Moderator 4, AFS Club I. 2. Secretary 
Vice Pres. 4-, Pep Club 3. Telemedia 3, 4: Drama Clul 
THANKS TO: Mom, Dad, Jill, Liss, and especially Deb 
always being there. And to everyone else who m 
high school what it was. Good Luck FUTURE GOALS: 
go to college, marry Superman, be on a soap opera, 
always be happy. 



SALIM MOHAMMED 
5 Willard Circle 
ACTIVITIES: Citizenship Committee 2. THANKS 

May S.D.'s nose always stay on. 

EDWARD A. MONTEIRO 
I03B Scott Circle 



CHRISTINE MONTGOMERY 
10 Wildwood Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer I. 2. 3. 4; Lacrosse Manager I, 2, : 
Powder Puff 3, Hal! Decorating I, 2. 3. 4. Prom Deco 
ing 3: Yearbook 4; Choir 3. 4 THANKS TO: Mom, P 
T.S , D M., B.G., and J,D. FUTURE GOALS: Attend 
lege and then law school, and to be one of the rid 
lawyers. 



MICHELLE L. MOOSICK ' 
65 Elm Street 

ACTIVITIES: A Wing !, 2, 3. 4. THANKS TO: C.B., IV 
W.L., M L., A.C FUTURE GOALS: Live in Florida 
have a good time. 



DEBORA MOSCA ^ 
22 Evans Avenue 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer I. THANKS TO: K M.. B.G.. C 
M M., for all the good times. FUTURE GOALS: 2-4 ■ 
school for legal secretary and travel across count 

CRYSTAL N. MURPHY 
1 Hilda Road 

ACTIVITIES: Hall Decorating I. 2. 3. 4: Cheerleading 
4; Choir 2, 3, 4, AFS 2, 3, Class President 3, 4. Music 
3, 4. THANKS TO: My best friend S.R, my mentor , 
H P., D.R., S.D. FUTURE GOALS: To be happy. Get i 
ried someday and live comfortably. ' 




mERLY J MURPHY 
Arcadia Road, Billerica, MA 01821 
JIVITIES: Media Intern 1. i-. Parallax i. Prom Deco- 
ing i: Yearbook 4i Ensembles 4. THANKS TO: My best 
snd Hannah for always being there and to C.S., L.A.. 
I.. L.D.. and L.A.C. for making my years at BHS memo 
lie ones. Special thanks to Miss Light for being an 
celleni teacher and friend and for her support, guid- 
:e, and understanding. FUTURE GOALS: To go to 
lege, major in biology and then work in the field 
aling with animals. 

IRIS NAUGLER " ( ) "^Ps^ /" 

Lido Lane - 
ITIVITIES: Choir I. 3, 4. Madrigal 3, 3. A. Musical I. 2. 3. 
Peer Leadership 4. THANKS TO: S.G. and C.G. for a 
od lime at "Nobody Knows." FUTURE GOALS: To 
:cccd at the career of my choice or whatever one 



II take me. 



ic mucK 

Concord Road 
TIVITIES: Ski Team I, 2 
Imstead 



3, 4i THANKS TOt Gene 
<r- 

•J 

WE NOCCA J\ 
Hancock Street ' /. 

ANKS TO: M.C, L.C. FUTURE GOALS: To work with 
Tiputers and complete college successfully and to 
^e fun and party when I'm not working. 




\ TRICIA A. OLSEN ""Tj^ 

5 Carlisle Road 

ZTIVITIES: Choir 3! Madrigal 4; Soccer 4: Make-up for 
ly I. 2, Play 3, Blood Mobile 3. 4; Yearbook Staff 4 
lANKS TO: CM., K.W.. L.M.. S.K.. and especially T.S. 
lank you for being there when I needed you. You're all 
e besll FUTURE GOALS: To further my education, gel 
irried and be happy. 

IBORA ANN 0-NEItj)^& * 
Clark Road * ^ 

:TIVITIES: Soccer 2, 3, Spring Track I. 2. 3. 4. Powder 
ff 3i NHS 3, 4, Secretary 4i Yearbook Co-Literary 
itor 4i Concert Band I, 2, 3; Ensembles I. THANKS TO: 
lanks 10 my family and my "friends forever" and 
pecially D.O, for always being there. FUTURE GOALS: 
< go to college, marry a fantastic gorgeous guy. and 
ve enough money to go to Egypt. I never want to be 
red and I always want to be happy. 



WID B ONEIL 
I Old Billerica Road 
:TIVITIES: Football I, 2, 3, Captain 4: Indoor Track 2, 3. 
Lacrosse I, 2, 3. 4: Class Vice President 3. 4. THANKS 
): D O.. B.P.. S.H. FUTURE GOALS: To satisfy myself. 

iRISTINE OTHMER 
Geneiti Street 

ccer/Hockey Cheerleading I. 2. THANKS TO: Thanks 
b W. for all the times we shared together and you 
ys too K.D., D.I., T.M., K.Y.. and everyone else. I Love 
u Bobby I 



UCE D. PARK 
Vayte Road 

' TIVITIES: Football I, 2. 3, 4, Hockey I. 2. 3: Indoor 
^ick 4: Lacrosse I, 2. 3, 4. FUTURE GOALS: To be a 
' rine Engineer 




I. Yael Kupiec, Christine Martell. Kristen Hocker. Heather McGilvray, Michael Callender, Carol McClat- 
chey, Peter Stamatakos. Nicole Cassidy, and Rick Dacey share a lunch. 2. Stacey Rogers prepares her 
self for lunch. 3. Lauri Ardolino watching the guys go by. 4. Dave Armini thinks about his date for Friday. 
5. Worldly man Rick Mollis. 6. Veronica Welch works on the morning announcements. 7. Looking for an 
answer, Tracy Tanner searches the class. 8. Kerry Litchfield, Lisa Pittman, Pam Dutra, and Kelly Conway 
enjoy time between classes. 



DENISE S. PAOANIS 

5 Revolutionary Ridge Road 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 2: NHS 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 
THANKS TO: Thanks Mom and Dad. Class of -86 , you're 
the greatesti Thanks S.M.. N.D.. R.Y., D.L.. J.L., D.S., —I 
love you alllll FUTURE GOALS: Continue to college and 
become an accountant. Also, put a phone down "the 



circle." 







KELLIE PEASE 
49 Elm Street 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2. 3, 4. Powder Puff 3: Year- 
book 4. THANKS TO: You all should know who you are, 
especially K.T., R.B.. and Dan L. FUTURE GOALS: To live 
in and know pleasure and always to slay young at heart. 




HELEN PERKINSON 
44 Hillside Avenue 




USA E PITTMAN 
10 Putnam Road 
ACTIVITIES: A Wingi Swimming THANKS TO: Thanks 
for all the good limes: L.C, C.H., C.N., R.F.. K.C.— Parlyl 

ROBERT E. PITTMAN JR $ ^ jf$ . . , r 

10 Putnam Road 

THANKS TO: All my love and appreciation to the only 
people that were there for me — L.I, Ma, Pa. FUTURE 
GOALS: Find a way to see through the fog and step up 
into the light. 

MICHELLE S. PITTS ' ' 

5 Warren Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 2, 3, 4i Hall Decorating I, 2, 3, 
4, Athletic Trainer 2i Powder Puff 3, 4. THANKS TO: 
Mom, Dad. Shan, Brian for all your support. To the 
amoebas and all my other friends I Love You alllll FU- 
TURE GOALS: To become a teacher and live a story 
book life. 

y 

REN AT A A. POMPONI 
12 Overlook Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Wind Ensembles I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band I, 



2, 3. 4; Pit Orchestra I. 2. 3. 4., Orchestra I. 2. 3. 4. Pep 
Band 2, 3. 4: Jazz Ensembles 3. 4: NHS i. Co President 4: 
Drama Club I, 2. 3. 4: Gymnastics I. 2. 3, 4, Science 
League 4. THANKS TO: Love to my family. C.G.. A.J T., 
my math class, Shrist. and the BHS Superband. FUTURE 
GOALS: To go through life with a smile and a song 
trying to do my best with whatever comes along. 

ANDREA PRESTON 
5 Wilson Road 

VICTORIA PRESTON 
5 Wilson Road 

DAN PRIMAK 
19a Scott Circle 
ACTIVITIES: Football \. Tennis \, Basketball 2, 3, 4. 

PA TIENCE PULLIAM > 
26 Concord Road 

THANKS TO: Thanks to everyone who made it fun. L.A: 
you're the best. CM. I Love You FUTURE GOALS: To 
figure out what I want to do and get into ii and love it. 

LINDA MARIE PYSCZYNSKI 
2 Notre Dame Road 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Band I. 2, 3; Marching Band I, 
Lacrosse Manager 2: Homeroom Representative 3. 4i 
Hall Decorating I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3; Powder 
Puff Football 3, 4: Yerabook Staff 4. THANKS TO: All my 
friends at BHS, all my friends at Town Line in Maiden, 
and Travel League-Maiden #1 and #2— you guys are 
the besilll S.S., K.P., T.P.. P.P., S C., L.H. Special thanks to 
Mom, Dad, Diane — you're the best sisierl who made 
high school greatll and John. I Love You Chrisllllll FU- 
TURE GOALS: I hope to fulfill my dreams of being happy 
and successful in the years to come. And to live life to 
its Tullesl. Especially to live in the cityttW 



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JOSEPH QUINN 

354 South Road 



ULI REINISCH 
14 Overlook Drive 

ACTIVITIES: AFS X i. 4; Vice president i. President 4; 
Drama Club 1. 1. i. 4i Director A. Parallax 1. 3, 4. Citizen- 
ship Committee 3. 4^ Student Advisory Council 3, 4; 
Regional Student Advisory Representative 3^ Girls State 
3; NHS 3. 4, Telemedia 2. 3. 4; Math League I. 2. 3. 4; Hall 
Decorating I. 2. 4) Prom Decorating 3. THANKS TO: 
Mutti. Papa. Karin, Mr. Spinosa, and all my friends who 
have helped my through the last four years. FUTURE 
GOALS: To become a successful veterinarian, travel 
extensively, and most importantly to be happy. 

SUSAN REYNOLDS 
13 Reeves Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer /Hockey Cheerleading 2. 3. THANKS 
TO: Everyone and Paul. I Love You. FUTURE GOALS: To 
be successful and be happy. 



DIANE RICHARDS 

12 Robinson Drive 
ACTIVITIES: Girl s Tennis I. 2. 3. 4, Girl's Field Hockey 2. 
3: Hall Decorating 2. 3. 4^ Ensembles \. Prom Committee 
3i Powder Puff Football 4. THANKS TO: CM., be careful 
driving through Mac's and don't use your blinkers when 
someone is following you; J. J., you still owe me 20 
dollars (E.M.)i C.B., I'll be fine in a couple of months; S.D. 
and H.P. Thanks to everyone for your love and support 
through the years. You know who you are. Love. Diane. 
FUTURE GOALS: To attend Arizona State University, 
get a master's degree in Business Administration and 
always stay close with my friends. 

JOSIE ANN RODRIGUEZ 

13 C Scott Circle 

ACTIVITIES: All-County Choral Group I; Chorus I; Band I; 
Rythmettes I; Pep Club I; Science I; Prom Decorating 3; 
Majorettes 4; Hall Decorating 4; Powder Puff 4; Cherry 
Blossom Parade 4; Gymnastics 3, 4. THANKS TO: All the 
majorettes — old and new friends — and especially Joan. 
Gina. and Jeanine. FUTURE GOALS: Do well in college 
and become very successful in the future. 

STACEY ROGERS 

10 Rockwell Street. Dorchester. Boston MA 02124 
ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff. Athletic Trainer. THANKS 
TO: T.T.. L.S., T.S.. T.T.. G.M. I want to say thanks to my 
daddy for putting up with my ups and downs and all my 
frowns. He's been great. FUTURE GOALS: To become an 
Accountant, get married and live the rich life. 

MICHAEL ROSENBERG 
72 Dunster Road 




SUSAN SABETTY 
24 Jeffrey Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2. 3. 4; Athletic Trainer 2; 
Concert Band I, 2. 3; Homeroom Rep. I, 2. 3; Hall Deco- 
rating 4i Prom Decorating 3; Powder Puff football 3, 4. 
THANKS TO: Everyone who made these years special! 
FUTURE GOALS: To survive college, gel a job, live in a a 
beach-front house, and grow 4 inches! 



ERIC SANDBLOM 
30 Elmbrook Road 



DENISE SCOTT 
33 Selfridge Rd. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Club li Track 2, Student Athletic Tratn- 



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cr 3, 4; Powder Puff 4 THANKS TO: Everyone who has 
helped me and are my friends at BHS. Hey Jean and Jen, 
Where's the Goop? Thanks Mom and Dad. FUTURE 
GOALS: To be happy and successful in everything I try 
and to marry a great looking and, possibly, a rich guy 
with a good personality. 

NATHAN RICKER SEARS * 
31 Sweetwater Ave 

ACTIVITIES: Telemedia 2. 3, 4,; Drama Club I, 4 
THANKS TO: TMB: faculty members who I wish to thank 
know who they are. FUTURE GOALS: Don't look for me 
on the six o'clock news, look for me on the silver 
screen. 



LESLEY M. SHAW 
22 Caribou St. 
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 3. 4; Parallax I. 2. 3. 4; Teleme 
dia 4 THANKS TO: RB-KP (JB); DL; CM; KDT RB-Good 
luck and all my love; KP — I'll miss you — Good Luck; 
DL— All my love and best whishes (chicken lips)i CM- 
for all those times — I will miss your craziness! Where's 
the romance?!; KDT-May shadow color your night — sit 
down Waldo— Always all my loves. FUTURE GOALS: I 
want to make an impact somewhere, sometime. I'll nev- 
er rock the whole world, but I'll settle for a part of it. 



PATRICK SHAW 
22 Caribou Street 

ACTIVITIES: AFJRROTC I. 2. 3. 4; Ice Hockey I. 2. 3. 4; 
AFS 3. 4 FUTURE GOALS: To do something constructive, 
for a change. 



KELLY MARIE SHINER 
91 South Road 
THANKS TO: WL Winnie the Poo! GJ We'll do lunch! AP 
Some day Bono will be yoursi Ml mmmppphhh! MU 
What a riot! Special thanks to Mom, Joe, and Carleen. 
FUTURE GOALS: To get my associates degree in Cullin- 
ary Arts and to be very rich. 

DARLENE SIMMONS 
8 Ashby Road 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 2; Powder Puff 4 THANKS TO: 
Special thanks to JL; ND, KS, DP, DL Good Luck to the 
class of "86 " FUTURE GOALS: To go on to college, 
marry someone rich, and live it up in Hawaii! 

CHRISTOPHER E SMITH 
I Rueben Duren Way 

ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse I. 2. 4; Concert Band I, 2, 3; De- 
bate 3, 4; NHS 3, 4 FUTURE GOALS; To one day look 
back into the past and have a good laugh over those 
ridiculous four years we now call high school. To wear 
funny ties and ride fast cars like the rest of the doctors 
in this world. 



RUSSELL F SMITH 

87 South Rd . 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball I, 2. 4 Football 3, 4 Lacrosse 2, 3 
Baseball I THANKS TO: Vin, Frenchy, Snelly, Smitty CB, 
ML and JP's FUTURE GOALS: To be filthy rich, have a 
beautiful wife, and get my Ferrari!!! 



DEBORA SMITH 

10 Glenarm St. Dorchester Ma. 02121 



SCOTT SMITH 
5 Glen Terrace 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball I. 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; 
Football I. FUTURE GOALS: To become the youngest Cy 
Young Award winner. 



STACEY SMITH 
8 Saran Avenue 
ACTIVITIES: A Wing I, 2, 3, 4. THANKS TO: J.S 
J.M.. C.C., B.M. FUTURE GOALS: To be happy. 



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TAMMIE SMITH 
32 Patterson 



THOMAS SNEDEKER 

17 Lane Avenue 





BRIAN S SNELSON 
92 South Road 

ACTIVITIES: Wrestling I; Baseball 2; Football 3. ' 
THANKS TO: R.S., P.D.. R.D.. J.F.. and J.W. FUTUR 
GOALS: To go to college and to remember the goo 

CAROL YN SODERSTROM 
5 Eliot Road 

THANKS TO: A.B., T.T.. J.J.. D R.. J S FUTURE GOAL! 
To live and make the best of what life has to offer. 

JOHN SOLOMONIDES 
5 Notre Dame Road 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball I. 2, 3. 4; National Honor Society I 
4; Tutoring; Math League; Science League. THANKS TC 
D.E., M.A.. N.A., and the entire class of 1986. FUTUR 
GOALS: To be a successful M.D. who's out of debt b 
the age of 30 and making $1.6 trillion annually. 

PAUL SAMUEL ST AMOUR 
I Bandera Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer I. 2. 3, 4; Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4; Winte 
Track 2. THANKS TO: Good luck to all my friend; 
especially Mike, Scott. Jamie, and Brad. 



PETER STAMATAKOS 
12 Ledgewood Drive 

JOHN STANDER ' " ' 

39 Winthrop Avenue 

ROBERT STRANGE 

77 A Scott Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball I; Soccer 2. 



LAURA SULLIVAN 
5 Princess Pine Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis I.. 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff 4. THANK 
TO: Thanx P.D.. C.B.. T.M.. K.Y., MM. Halloween— sloi 
down! T.M. wait — is that T's truck? He's only 8 year 
older. P.D. and C.B. -Gloucester-let's go swimming 
Imagine us friends forever! 



KRUVAL SUTEERACHI ^«%| 
65 Wildwood Drive 
ACTIVITIES: AFS Club 4. THANKS TO: U.S.A. friend: 
FUTURE COALS: To have my own business. 



KATHRYN SUTTON 
38 South Road. 



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GREG S WIDER 
15 Old Stagecoach 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2. 3. 4; Indoor Track 2. 3, 
Spring Track I, 2. 3. 4. THANKS TO: Uncle Wiggly FU 
TURE GOALS: To die tragically after being arrested fo 
tax evasion. ~ ^" - -. mm' ^ 

MYRA SZACHARA 
35 Offutt Road 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball Manager 2; Drama 4; Powder Puf 
4 THANKS TO: J.J.. a new friend I hope will be an ol 
one; D R.. for that great sunburn; M.K., for letting me b 
me, and R.B. for helping me to get my act togethei 
FUTURE GOALS: I'm going to college, getting my PhC 
and then make bucksl 




TRACY TANNER 
323 South Road 
THANKS TO: J.J., C.S., P H., Mom, and a special thanl 
to A.B. for all the many years together! They've bet 
the best! Many morel Keep in touch. FUTURE GOAL 
TO become the secretary to the President, settle dov» 
and get married at 24, and make the best of it! 



DAVID THOMAS 
23 Elm Street. 





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TERESSA TILMAN 

1 Michigan Ave. Boston, Ma 0213! 

ACTIVITIES, Track I. 3; Ski team X. Yearbook A, Metro 

pathways 4. THANKS TO; I just want to say that I love all 

of youl S R.. L.S., G.M.. T.W.. S.M. FUTURE GOALS To 

become a criminal lawyer, and a singer, get married 

and have four beautiful boys. I want to be very heallhyl 

KIMBERLY D. T RAVERS 
i\ Neillian Street 

ACTIVITIES: Powder Puff Football 3. 4; Telemedia 3. 4i 
Shakespeare Competition 3. 4i Drama Club I, 2. 3. 4. 
THANKS TO: "Our gang". WE MADE ITII Luv you alll CM 
and DG 4EVERI J.B. Ro-ro and L.S, what can I say? T.M. 
FriendS: you make life interesting! Drama Clubi most of 
you were great. Good luckl (yes. Lynda I mean Himl) 
FUTURE GOALS: To look into the eyes of my grandchil- 
dren and know it was all worth iti 



TV TVER 
3 Hill Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football I. 2. 3. 4, Baseball I. 2. 3. 4, Powder 
Puff Coach 3. 4. THANKS TO: M.D.. E.T.. J.F.. R.S.. D O. 
FUTURE GOALS: Go onto college and become successful 
and wealthy. 



MICHELLE LYSSI URBON k/mm \ | , /-^ 
54 Neilhan Way 

ACTIVITIES: A Wing 1. 3. 4. THANKS TO: M M.. W.L.. 
G J. What a riot. K.S.I" FUTURE GOALS: To slay with 
Paul foreverll ^ "■■«>«». 

MATTHEW UROUHART / W Jt 

I Reed Lane A f/y ■ 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Team I. 2. 3, Captain 4, TIemedia 3. 3. 
4i Student Advisory Committee 3. 3. 4. THANKS TO: 
L.A., M.G.. C.H., N.S.. M.P.G. FUTURE GOALS: College 
and then a career in either the Army or Business. 




ALLEN VISYARD '^ 
158 Patterson 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 3. 4, Football 3. THANKS TO: K.C. 
L.C.. Crue. FUTURE GOALS: To graduate. « 



JENNIFER WEISZ 
58 Wildwood Drive 
ACTIVITIES: AFS I. 3, Homeroom Rep I; Basketball Man 
ager 3. 3. 4, Lacrosse Manager 3, 3. 4. Ensembles I. 3. 4i 
Hall Decorating 4. Prom Decoratmg 3-, Student Tramer 
3. 3. 4. THANKS TO: J.K., CM.', K.E.. M.G . H.M. To all 
my other friends and especially to the Hayes and my 
family, I love you all. FUTURE GOALS: To gel married 
and become a famous makeup artist in New York. 

VERONICA M WELSH 
i Cedar Ridge Terrace 

ACTIVITIES: Swimming/Diving I, 3, 3, 4: Captain 4^ Gym- 
lasiics I, 3, 3. 4, Tournament of Plays I, 3, 3, A-. NHS 3, A. 
insembles \; Choir 3, 4j Musical 3, A, Telemedia A-, Year- 
jook Staff 4i Prom Committee 3. THANKS TO: My fam- 
ly. all my friends, teammates, coaches, and teachers, 
ind to F.T. and Youth Ministry. 
UTURE GOALS: To find the road to happiness. 



iAMUEL WHITE 

II Old BiUerica Road 





ACTIVITIES: Track 3, 3. 4, Basketball 3, Baseball 2. 3, A. 
Golf 3. THANKS TO: Mom, Dad, S.M., D G. FUTURE 
GOALS: To live dangerously. 

KARA MARIE WHITING 
38 Washington Street 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Band li Soccer i. Drama Club I. 3, 
Choir 3i Winter Track i, Telemedia 4. THANKS TO: 
Thanks to my friends — too many to mention, too dear 
to forget. Those who have become a pan of me: J.C., 
M.P.G.. L.D.. R.D.. and the whole Telemedia gang. FU- 
TURE GOALS: Perfection and happiness — and to make 
my father proud of me. 



Basketball 3. THANKS TO: D M.. K.D,. W.F.. D.A., 
FUTURE GOALS: To party til I drop! 



M.R. 




V * y > 



MATTHEW C WRIGHT* 
399 Davis Road 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Team I, 3, Lacrosse I. 3. 3. 4. FUTURE 
GOALS: To be the head mechanic for a pro stock drag- 
ster team. 



MARIAN ELIZABETH ZUCKERMAN 
33 Hill Terrace 

THANKS TO: Lots of love to my sis Lisa! Thanks San, for 
the fun and mischief. Luv ya Jo- Jo and Pee Wee (Ra- 
chell). Quinii my pal (running thru the halls). I luv 
Princell We made it guysl FUTURE GOALS: I hope to go 
on to college here in MA and study law, make lots of 
money and end up married to Princel 



OUINN WRIGHT 
341 Hartwell Roai 



KRISTIN YATSKO 

I Wagon Wheel Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Softball I, 3: Field Hockey I, 3. 3. 4i Tr 
captain A-. Powder Puff A. NHS 3, 4. THANKS TO: L.S 
CO., T.M. 



ANTHONY YOUNG •* ' 

9 Fayette Road 

ACTIVITIES: Freshmen Football \, J.V. and Varsity Foot 
ball 3. 3, 4, Freshmen Baseball and Basketball \. J.V, 




'0 



1. Brenda McMahon holds a young freshman. 2. Kristen Doughtery, Jenepher Dyson, Kathy Sutton, and 
Tricla Conway laugh at the freshman. 3. Steven Bishop tries to warm up to school food, 4. Patty Olsen 
looks forward to graduation. 5. Rick Dacey, Seamus Garrett, and Chris Naugler prepare for the prom. 6. 
Leading the band astray is Renata Pomponi. 7. Tony Young heads for the game. 8. Lori Acree and Mike 
Kenney show Pat Denaro the right way to do his math problem. 





1. CONSTANLY CONVERSING- Mike Kenney and Pamela 
Dutra 

2. CLASS COUPLE- David O'Neil and Debbie O'Neil 

3. BEAUTIFUL BEAMERS (EYES)-Mike Ferri and Tracy 
McArdle 

4. DYNAMICALLY DRAMATIC-Richard Dacey and Kim 
Travers 

5. BEST DRESSED-Christopher Naugler and Diane Richards 

6. LUSCIOUS LOCKS-Charles Gerbrands, Christopher Naugler 
and Christine Othmer 

7. MELODIOUSLY MUSICAL-Richard Dacey and Brende 
McMahan 

8. SUPERLY SPIRITED-David O'Neil and Pam Beckwith 

9. AWESOMELY ARTISTIC-Michael Rosenberg and Joanni 
Jeannotte 

10. BEST LOOKING-Russell Smith and Susan Drohan 

11. CONSTANTLY CONGENIAL-Michael Kenney and Crysta 
Murphy 



54/SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




1. BEST LAUGH- Michael Kenney and Deborah Looney 2. CLASS 
CLOWNS - Eric Isnor and Pam Beckwith 3&4. FORWARDLY FLIRTA- 
TIOUS- Michael Kenney and Pamela Dutra 5. GORGEOUS GLEAMERS- 
Michael Ferri and Karen Cierpial 6. BEST LEGS- Russell Smith and Court- 
ney Bishop 7. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED- John Solomonides and 
Ulrike Reinisch 8. CLASS NONCONFORMISTS- Michael Rosenberg and 
Vicki Preston 9. GENUINE JOCKS- Neil Amidon and Kerry McGovern 
(not photographed) 10. BEST ALL-AROUND- David Q Neil and Crystal 
Murphy 



56/SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




SENIOR SUPERLATIVES/57 





DO YOU 
REMEMBER WHEN 

Do you remember when . . . ? Now is the time when seniors 
start remembering their early years of school. Our class went 
through different transitions with the Bedford school systems. 
Center School was closed and people were moved around for 
their last year of elementary school; then the junior high 
school was changed to the middle school. Throughout all these 
changes, we have some great memories. 

How many of us performed in the talent shows? Do you 
remember the track meets between all the schools? What about 
the annual school picnics? Our trips to Maine were supposed 
to be educational! What did you learn? 

Holidays were special when we were younger. Santa would 
visit all the schools on Christmas. We were able to show off 
our costumes on Halloween by wearing them to school. That 
was special to us. 

We can't forget our great teachers though. One famous 
teacher was Mr. McCormick; he had a great way of making 
learning enjoyable. Mr. Timmins and his bananas, or Mr. 
Hirsch, or Mrs. Reed! 

Just sit back sometime and remember those years. You 
would be surprised at what you can remember!!! 



1. Michele Lipczer, Chelby Blodgett and Leslie Carroll (se- 
niors) in third grade. 2. A young Alicia Casey. 3. Freshman 
Denise Paganis and Nancy Damery are dressed for their first 
spirit week. 



58/REMEMBER WHEN 





SAD GOODBYES 

OUR LAST FAREWELL 

The heart doesn't count the years. 
Doesn't understand unending tears. 
The lonliness, the future fears. 
As ending of friendships nears. 

Four great years behind us. 
Memories fill the heart, 
It's time to look forward, 
Time to make a new start. 

None of us knows what the future will tell. 
It is something we cannot buy or sell. 
Just turn around and wish me well. 
Don't look back; it's our last farewell. 



1. Bedford Day Camp, fourth and 
fifth grade girls. Can you find the 
seniors? First Row: Debbie Delfino,?, 
Kellie Pease (Sr), Kim Roebuck, Kim 
Murphy (Sr), Second Row: Sue Haw- 
kins (Sr), Kim Garrity, Donna Crowe, 
Stephanie Hirsch (Sr), Chris Martell 
(Sr), Sandy Macdonald (Sr), Third 
Row: leader, Laura Feltman, Liza Ral- 
ston,?, Nicole Cassidy (Sr), Kerry Mc- 
Govern (Sr), Heather Johnson (Sr), 
leader. Fourth Row: Brenda Pease, 
Sheila Feltman (Sr), Lynn Hughes 
(Sr), Debbie O Neil (Sr). 

Remember: 

1974 Prices 

Lunch 45<t 

Milk 5i 

Ice Cream 15^ 

Dessert IO4 



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REMEMBER WHEN/^9 




1. Blue-collar troubadour 
Bruce Springsteen was the un- 
disputed Boss of rock n' roll. His 
songs about Vietnam veterans, 
steelworkers,and factory work- 
ers hit many responsive chords 
with all ages of Americans. 

2. The New England Patriots 
earned the AFC title by upset- 
ting the Miami Dolphins on 
January 12, 1986. They went on 
to the Super Bowl, but were de- 
feated by the Chicago Bears, 46- 
10. 

3. The Kansas City Royals 
won the World Series. Royals 
pitcher Bret Saberhagen em- 
braces third baseman George 
Brett after pitching a five-hitter 
to give the Royals the World Se- 
ries crown over the St. Louis 
Cardinals. Saberhagen, the win- 
ner of two series games, was 
named the Most Valuable 
Player. 

4. Sylvester Stallone brought 
about the return of the American 
hero with his Rocky and Rambo 
movies. 

5. An entire city block was de- 
stroyed in Philadelphia. Police 
tried to evict members of the 
radical group MOVE from their 
fortified rowhouse by dropping 
a small bomb on the building. A 
fire was started by the device 
and about sixty homes were 
destroyed. 

6. The world came together in 
Live Aid concerts in London and 
Philadelphia on July 13, 1985. 



60/IMAGES OF 1985 



They were broadcast to one billion-plus televi- 
sion viewers to aid Africa's famine victims. 

7. On January 20, 1986 the birth date of 
Martin Luther King Jr. was celebrated for the 
first time nationwide. 

8. William "The Refrigerator" Perry became 
the first rookie drafted as a defensive tackier 
to score a touchdown off a set play in October 
1985. He helped the Chicago Bears win the 
Super Bowl later in the season. 

9. Wrestling superstar. Hulk Hogan, shows 
off for Kansas City dancers as Wrestle Mania 
sweeps the nation. 

10. Colombia's volcano Nevada del Ruiz 
erupted and caused mudslides that killed up to 
25,000 on November 13, 1985. Thirteen year 
old Omaira Sanchez died after sixty hours in 
the mud. 

11. Mikhail Gorbachev, age fifty-four, 
proves a tough negotiator at the summit while 
charming the East and West alike with his 
vigor and wit. 





12. Cincinnatti Reds' forty-four year old 
player-manager, Pete Rose broke Ty Cobb's 
career hit record of 4,191 on September 11, 
1985 in Cincinnatti's Riverfront Stadium. 

13. Fifty-seven year old Dr. Ruth headed the 
advice show Good Sex, which was consistently 
the highest rated program on the Lifetime ca- 
ble network. 



IMAGES OF 1985/61 



1., 



1. Princess Diana and Prince Charles trip the light fantastic on their visit to Melbourne, 
Australia on October 27, 1985. 

2. The worst single crash in aviation history occured on August 12, 1985, when the 
Japanese airplane JAL-123 crashed killing 520 people. Twelve year old Keiko Kawakami 
was one of the four who survived. 

3. A series of devastating earthquakes rumbled through Mexico City on September 26, 
1985 with the death toll in the thousands. Few in the metropolitan area of eighteen million 
escaped the effects of the first quake, which registered 8.1 on the Ricter scale. 

4. On August 2, 1985 a Delta Airlines jet crashed on approach to a Dallas runway, 
killing 137 of the 160 on board. The was on a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles 
with an intermediate stop at Dallas-Fort Worth. 

5. Ceremonies were held at various times during the year at the Vietnam Memorial in 
Washington to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the fall of the Saigon government 
in Vietnam. The Vietnam Memorial is inscribed with the names of more than 58,000 dead 
or missing soldiers from the Vietnam war. 

6. The world held its breath as TWA Flight 847 was seized by terrorist hijackers on June 
14, 1985 and held for seventeen days. Of the 145 passengers and eight crew members on 
board, only the death of U.S. sailor Robert Dean Stethem ocurred. 

7. The space shuttle tragedy which has been compared with J.F. Kennedy's assination, 
occured on January 28, 1986 at 11:38 A.M. The whole nation watched the explosion of the 
space shuttle that killed Mike Smith, Ellison Oninoka, Francis Scobee, Judith Resnik, 
Gregory Jarvis, Ronald McNair, and school teacher Sharon Christa McAuliffe. 

8. Model Christie Brinkley and Billy Joel held their wedding on March 23, 1985. 

9. President Reagan prepares for his arm's talks with Mikhail Gorbachev. 
Gorbachev. 

10. Rock Hudson, age fifty-nine, was one of America's leading leading men. In the 
summer he became a leading man of another sort when his admission that he had AIDS 
drew a belated tide of public attention and funds to the disease. 

11. Madonna brought about a new meaning to the word "belly button" with the 
performance of her many hit songs. 

12. Old friends Winnie Mandela, wife of imprisoned leader Nelson Mandela, and 
Bishop Desmond Tutu met secretly in her Soviet home, where her visitors are restricted, 
sharing rare smiles in their increasingly desparate country. The struggle over apartheid 
boiled up again and again, and more than nine hundred blacks died violently. 
62/lMAGES OF 1985 



Jn Memory Of 

'Deborah Zaft ^me 7966-^uly i984 




Deb . . . 

The time is gone, we have to say. 
But the memories we shared, 
will never fade away. 



The moments of laughter. 
The moments of cries. 
We will all remember within our minds. 

If we could save time in a bottle. 
And -if words could make wishes true. 
Our thoughts would be empty. 
Except for the memories. 
That we once shared with you. 

And as we wind on down the road. 
Our shadows taller than our souls. 
There walks a lady we all know. 
Who shines white light and wants to show. 
How everything still turns to gold. 

We still think about you. Deb, 
As we always have been. 
In the memories of yesterday. 
Forever within. 

. . . From all your friends 
. . . By Michelle Moosick 





ost students eagerly anticipate their freshmen year since they will finally be in the high 
school. Once the school year begins, however, freshmen discover that it is not as 

wonderful as they thought it 
would be. By this time the 
upperclassmen have con- 
vinced themselves of their 
own superiority and tend to 
look upon the freshmen class 
with great distaste. 

The next year is really not 
much better because, al- 
though they are no longer 
freshmen, sophomores are 
definitely not upperclass- 
men. So they are stuck in the 
middle. But, no matter how 
depressing life may seem, at 
least the sophomores know 
they are no longer freshmen. 

Students gratefully enter 
the junior year; finally, they 
are upperclassmen! Also, ju- 
nior year is the year when 
most teenagers are eligible 
for their driver's license, 
thereby attaining a sense of 
freedom. Of course there are 
still people around, such as 
parents, teachers, and espe- 
cially seniors, to remind 
them that they are not quite 
adults yet! 




1. Beth Goodpaster, Patty Sciaraffa, and Laura Dmochowski travel to class. 2. Amy Smallwood 
and Michelle Kenney look cheery on a Monday morning. 3. Lillian Joy and Mary Glazier, 
friends forever. 4. Peter Corea concentrates on what is being said. 5. Julie Oates tries to face the 
school day. 6. Sophmore Hunks: Peter Dion, Jim CoUiton, Dave Baumann, and Tom Bumann. 



UNDERCLASSMEN/65 



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KEITH ACREE 
CRISTINA ALLEN 
MATTHEW ALPERIN 
ERIC ANDERSON 
SUZY ASBEDIAN 
KIMBERLY BARBER 
ERIN BARTO 
THOMAS BAUMAN 

WILLIAM BELLACINI 
CARLENE BENNETT 
SCOTT BIRMINGHAM 
ROSLYN BISHOP 
LYNDA BLAIR 
MELISSA BUENO 
SUE BURNS 
DIANA BURTON 

JOHN BUXTON 
TERESA CARISTI 
JOHN CARTER 
STACI CASH 
CHRISTIANNE 
CASTRO 
SUSAN CLANCY 
HELEN CLARK 
BRIAN CLIFFORD 





Have you ever been really proud of 
yourself? Have you ever felt so good 
about something you did that you feel like 
giving yourself a pat on the back? Some- 
times you feel this way because of some 



football game, or you've finally reached 
that goal for which you had worked hard. 
Many high school students were asked 
what their most glorious moments were. 
The answers show that the people of BHS 



Junior Class Officers. First Row: Sheila McCravy 
Treasurer: Linda Ricci. President; Robert Hauge 
Vice-President. Second Row; Mrs. Ralston, Class Ad 
visor: Carolyn Matthews, Secretary; Meg Gurley an< 
Lisa Linz, Prom Co-Chairpersons: Miss Sakelakos 
Class Advisor. 



spectacular pass you made to win the have reason to be proud. 



"Freshman year the girls' swim 
team was swimming against Wayland. 
It was a very close meet and it came 
down to the last event, the 400 free- 
style relay, deciding the winner. I was 
anchor on our team. I caught up to the 
girl ''2 of a length ahead of me, and I 
beat her, winning the meet." 

-Laura Maxon 



"My proudest moment was when I 
made the honor roll in the third and 
fourth quarter in my Sophomore 
year." 

-Judd Hill 



"In Sr. High. I won the Bedford Min- 
uteman Essay Contest. My essay was 
about the Shawsheen Witch, the 
boundaries of Bedford, and the Bed- 
ford Flag. I won first out of 35 entries, 
and a SiOObond. Then I read my essay 
to the public on Pole Capping Day, 
making everyone in my family proud- 
especially my grandmother." 

-Suzy Asbedian 



"When I first started Cross Counte 
I was running JV. far from varsity. V 
goal was to run one varsity race, 
reached my goal and I'm now c 
varsity." 

-Terry Lt 



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ELISABETH COLBATH 
CHRIS COOK 
CAROLE COOKE 
PETER COREA 
SCOTT COREY 
JILL COSTELLO 
JASON COURTNEY 
ANNELOUISE COUVEE 

GREG CRESCENZI 
DEBBIE DESANTIS 
CHERYL DINISCO 
LINH DOAN 
MIKE DOHERTY 
STEPHEN 

DONALDSON 
DENNIS DOUGHTY 
MICHELE DROUIN 




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#1 



Kim Taylor, Herman Rice. Sue Burns, Jeff Garibotto, Teresa Caristi, Tracey Smith, 
d Susan Penny enjoy lunch. 2. Chris Farmer rests between words. 3. Senior Lori 
rcc and Melissa Gette are glad to be in school. 4. Sheila McCravy. Carolyn Mat- 
jws, and Linda Ricci displaying their style. 5. Robert Hauge, Suzy Asbedian. Jennifer 
enig, Linda Blair, Tiffany Wells, Stephen Gallant, and Bob Sullivan mingle in the 
feteria. 



JUNIOR 



'The one thing that I am really 
>ud of is the water skiing finals this 
5t summer. The past few summers 
it I signed up for the finals, I just 
J for practice. This summer I signed 
wanting to finish in the top ten. All 
; points I earned got me in the top 
but because of my attempt tp bare- 
n ski they listed me in the top 10." 

-Rich Murray 



"Something that I'm real proud of is 
that I threw my first touchdown pass 
last Saturday. Even more so was that 
we won our first game that day." 

-Tom Bauman 



"My proudest moment was when I 
received the Babe Ruth Most Valuable 
Hitter award and the Championship 
trophy." 

-Chuck Mahar 



"I've done a lot of things that I'm 
proud of, but I would have to say my 
proudest moment was during the 1984 
summer Junior Olympics when I dove 
to place 13th in the country in my age 
group." 

-Jeff Eagles 



Underclassmen/67 



SCOTT FRAZIER 
STEPHEN GALLANT 
BRIAN GAUNTLETT 
MELISSA GETTE 
MIKE GLENNON 
CHRISTINE GREEN 
DEAN GUIDETTI 
MEG GURLEY 



CASANDRA HADLEY 
THOMAS HAGERTY 
KIMBERLY HALL 
THOMAS HALLORAN 
KARL HANF 
SUSAN HANSEN 
DARREL HANSON 
JEAN HARRINGTON 

PAUL HARRINGTON 
ALLANNA HARRIS 
ROBERT HAUGE 
FRED HEISE 
JUDD HILL 
KAREN HILL 
FELICIA HOLLOWAY 
CHRISTINA HOPKINS 




I j "I'm proud that I can be an individ- 

ual. I do things without caring what 
other people say or think." 

-Nancy Woodford 



"My proudest moment was when I 
succeeded in climbing Angel Falk Cliff 
in Pennsylvania." 

-Bob Huffman 



"I'm proud of the fact that my 
mother can say she's proud of me." 

-Julianne Durkin 



"I am proud of having the best da 
group of friends that anybody c 
have. They're kind, generous, a 
loving." 

-Michele Drou 



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51 





















MARK JOHNSON 
LILLIAN JOY 
BOB JOYCE 
ERIN KELLY 
GARY KLEIMAN 
JENNIFER KOENIG 
DAVE KUPFRIAN 
CHRIS LANDRIGAN 

BILL LARKIN 
JAMES LARKIN 
ERIC LARSEN 
PHILIP LAWRENCE 
BRENDA LEARY 
TERRY LEE 
BEN LEIBY 
LISA LINZ 

CHUCK MAHAR 
CHARU MAM 
JULIE MANN 
CAROLYN MATTHEWS 
LAURA MAXON 
PAT MCALLISTER 
SHEILA MCCRAVY 
JOANNE 
MCDONOUGH 



THOMAS MCGILLICK 
KATHI MCGOVERN 
CHRIS MCINTOSH 
JANE MCKIE 
KEN MICKEL 




I. Cicek Zoroglu. Becky O'Donnell, and Jay Cuthbert enjoy- 
ing some free time in lunch, 1. Lori Fields. Julie-Ann Durk- 
In and Nancy Woodford having a laugh at their lockers. 3. 
Erin Kelley and Maria Sarcia lending a hand at the hockey 
rink. 4. Ben Leiby acting cool in shop. 5. Charlie Winters 
and Stephanie Mierzykowski just being themselves. 6. Ka- 
ren Hill enjoying another fun day at school. 



"The thing I think that I'm most 
oud of is my 1966 Mustang convert- 
e. It's not in excellent shape but it 
>rks and it's mine. And some day I'll 
store it to be the nicest car in at 
St the High School. " 
I -Peter Christian 



"I was proud that I was able to stop 
a baby from choking on a big piece of 
candy." 

-Sue Hansen 



""I'm proud because I led the D.C.L. 
in the most points scored by a running 
back." 

-Herman Rice 



""My proudest moment was making 
the varsity field hockey team, in my 
freshman year, even though I never 
played the game before." 

-Lisa Linz 



Underclassmen/69 




"I am proud of my three best 
friends. I have known them for over 
ten years and they are three of the 
most important people in my life." 

-Sue Burns 



"Last year I went skiing and I wasn't 
that good but my friend wanted me to 
race. I tried and I won. I was real hap- 
py when I brought home the medal. So 
was my Mom." 

-Matt Smallwood 



"A couple of years ago my hockey 
team was playmg it's toughest rival, 
and I scored the winning goal with 8 
seconds left in the game." 

-Keith Mollinari 



"I was very proud when I sewed 
first patch onto my favorite pair 
jeans. I am proud of my work arl 
love those ragged old jeans." * 
-Jennifer Suti 



70/Underclassmen 



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"I am proud to be the King of a 
lique band of super-intelligent gypsy 
oths in northern Vermont. I brought 
lem there in a suitcase, because I 
?ard they didn't have gypsy moths 

Vermont. They then made me their 
ng." 

-Chris Landrigan 



"The thing I am most proud of is 
learning to ski. My Glorious Moment 
is when I finally made it down the hill 
standing up. not on my butt." 

-Jennifer Koenig 



"I was proud last year when during 
the second half of a lacrosse game, I 
scored two goals and got one assist to 
stage a comeback." 

-Mike Johnson 



"The proudest moment was playing 
the part of the narrator in Andrew 
LLoyd Webber s Joseph and the 
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat this 
past summer." 

-Joanne McDonough 



Underclassmen/ 7 I 



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ANDREA ABBOTT 
KIM ALCAIDE 
ANTHONY ALVES 
JOY ANDERSON 
RONALD ARMSTRONG 
LISA ATKINSON 
ROBIN BAILEY 
TRACY BARBER 



DAVID BAUMAN 
SHARON BEARDSLEY 
TAMI BEECY 
HEATHER BENSLEY 
LAURA BESSE 
JIM BLAND 
ANNE BOFFA 
MISSY BOOTHE 



DEBORAH BOUDREAU 
ADAM BOYD 
ANDY BRAGG 
JULIE BRILL 
MATT BROWN 
MATTHEW BRUCE 
MARK BUCZYNSKI 
NICCOLAUS BUCZYNSKI 



THOMAS BUMANN 
MICHAEL BURKE 
BILL BUSCH 
RONNIE BYRD 



DONNY CAMPBELL 
KERRY CAMPBELL 
ANDREA CAPEZZUTO 
ROBERT CAREY 



DAVE CARLSON 
EMILY CARR 
JANET CARROLL 
COURTNEY CHUBB 



DAVID CLANCY 
CHRIS CLEMONS 
LAVERNE COKE 
JIM COLLITON 



DAVE CONCANNON 
PAUL CONNORS 
JAMES COOK 
LAURA COOK 



KEITH COONEY 
SEAN CORIATY 
MICHELLE CORONADO 
KEVIN CURLEY 






72/Underclassmen 




I 



I . Sophomore Class Officers: Gwen Moll. Secretary: Robert Sulli- 
van. President; Jennifer Moreau. Vice-president: David Gree- 
lisch. Treasurer. 2. Class Advisor Mr. Wilson. 3. Class Advisor 
Miss. Funari. 4. Amy Roberts is proud of her work. 



SOPHOMOM 



JOHN CURRAN 
JAy CUTHBERT 
BILL D ERRICO 
DEBRA DALRYMPLE 
ROBIN DEDRICK 
EDDY DINITTO 
KRISTEN DINITTO 
PETER DION 



LAURA DMOCHOWSKI 
KATHY DOUGHTY 
PAUL DRAKE 
PETER DUDA 
TODD DWORSHAK 
MEREDITH EVANS 
LAURA FAIRBANKS 
FRANK FALGIANO 

NICOLE FIATO 
ERIC FINNEY 
ROBERT FLORES 
DAVE FOX 
EDDIE GARDNER 
GEORGE GAROFALO 
LISA GILES 
MARY GLAZIER 



lJnderclassmen/73 



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KRISTIN GODART 
ARUNA GOEL 
LISA GOODALE 
BETH GOODP ASTER 
KIM GORGENS 
STEPHANIE GOYETTE 
DAVID GREELISH 
THOMAS GREEN 



SIMEON GRIFFIN 
DARYLE GROF 
BETH GRUNES 
ELIZABETH GULLEY 
DEVIN HALE 
HAROLD HAMBY 
ROBERT HANLEY 
ROBYN HANNON 



DAVID HAUCK 
TRACEY HECTOR 
ANNE HIGHAM 
MICHELLE HIRSCH 
DARREN HOLLOWAY 
RENE HOLTZMAN 
WILLIAM HUFFMAN 
KERRY HULL 






LOCKERS 



To a stranger roaming the halls of BHS the lockers appear like pastel- 
colored metal boxes against the walls. But BHS students know that the lockers 
hold all of our prized possessions, personal touches, and memories. 

A locker provides a home away from home for high school students. It is the 
only place in an impersonal building which belongs to an individual person. 
These elongated metal boxes can reveal their owners' personalities and 
thoughts. Some lockers are completely coated with decorations, while others 
are absolutely stark. For instance Pam Ricker's locker has been adorned with 
various pictures of hunks, cuddly animals, and popular sayings. On the other 
hand, some lockers have only a small spattering of photos. 

Lockers also have quirks in the way they function. Some refuse to open, 
others refuse to close, and some do both. Several must be kicked closed and 
others have to be forcefully jerked open. Combination locks also provide more 
problems when they won't open or when their owners forget the combination. 

The location of a locker is important. The majority of the people inhabiting 
each hallway are from a single grade. The most horrible fate is for a student to 
have his locker in a hallway swarming with BHSers in a lower grade than his. 
This year it seems like upper A is covered with freshmen while, as always, the 
seniors take over E wing. The location is also important for convenience. If a 
locker is splat in the middle of the school, the student has it made. But if the 
locker is off in some Siberian corner of the school, the person has to carry 
several books at a time. 

The state of order in a locker can say a lot about a person. There are people 
who are very organized and their lockers have notebooks, books, and belong- 
ings all lined up in some logical order. On the other end of the spectrum are 
those whose lockers look like modern art. These are so "skillfully" arranged 
that if one book is pulled out, every article in the locker is bound to come 
tumbling down to bombard the owner. 

These cold, lifeless lockers are of key importance to students. They provide 
a home base for all the activities throughout the high school career. These 
boxes probably hold much we would like to forget and a few things we would 
like to remember from a whole year at BHS. 




74/Underclas$men 




JULIE HUNT 
ERIKA HUPPERICH 
JOSEPH INGALLS 
PATRICK JARVIS 
BECKY JENKINS 
JEFF JENSEN 
DOUG JONES 
DANIEL KENNEDY 



SOMMALA KHOXAYO 
SARA KOSTISHACK 
RICHARD KRAMER 
TAMAR KUPIEC 
MEGAN LACOVARA 
MICHELLE LALIBERTE 
ANTHONY LEAHY 
LARRY LERNER 



RENE LEVESQUE 
BRIDGET LINEHAN 
KENNY LORD 
JENNIFER LUND 
DAVID MACE 
LISA MACHARRIE 
CHRIS MACKIE 
BRIAN MACZKO 



MICHAEL MARINO 
WENDY MAZZEO 
MATTHEW 

MAZZOTTA 
CINDY MCCOMBS 



GEORGE MCCULLOCH 
MARK MCCUNE 
SHERRY MCGILLICK 
ERIKA MCGILVRAY 



KATHLEEN 

MCGOVERN 
MARY MCINTOSH 
T.J. MCNEANY 
GREG MELVILLE 



JESSICA MEYERS 
JAMES MILLER 
MELISSA MILLETTE 
CRAIG MINASSIAN 



MEG MIZZONI 
ISHMAEL MOHAMMED 
GWEN MOLL 
STEPHEN MOORE 



I. Pam Ricker stands by two typical Bedford High School lockers. 2. Sue Schoorens shows her 
imaginatively designed locker to all interested viewers. 3. Laura Dmochowski, Rene Holtzman, 
Kathleen McGovern. and Patti Sciaraffa always enjoy a good class. 



Underclassmen/75 




ANDREW SPOFFORD 
GEORGIA STEFANIDAKIS 
ROBERT SULLIVAN 
NEERA TANDEN 
ANDRE TAYLOR 
CARL THEOBALD 
DANA THOMS 
REBECCA THOMAS 



VIARC THOMPSON 
TIFFANY THOMPSON 
KRISTI TRAVERS 
KEITH VARANO 
SAMUEL VOSE 
SHARON WACHSLER 
SVEN WACLAWSKI 
GARY WADDEN 



JACKIE WEICKER 
JAMIE WELSH 
RANDY WHITE 
KIM WHITT 
TAMMY WIBBER 
SCOTT YOUNG 
WILL YOUNG 
DAONYSIA ZEIGLER 



I. Mrs. Haggerty looking over Melissa Millette's art work. 2. 
"Yeah! We're cooll" At least that's what Kenny Lord, Diane 
Pyscnski, Mr. Sabourin, and John Celleste think. 3. Caryn 
Russo and Mary Mackintosh taking a lunch break. 4. Jenni- 
fer Lund practicing her piano with Mr. Phinney's supervi- 
sion. 5. Bobby Sullivan and Patty Sciaraffa blowing a tune. 



Underclassmen/?? 



ARIANNE ABBOTT 
ISTINE ANDERSON 
DOUG ARDITO 
RACHEL BAKER 
TYSON BARNETT 
JON BARTO 
LEAH BENSON 
SHANNON BERRY 



SUSAN BISHOP 
ELIZABETH BOEHM 
DORAN BOWERS 
BRIAN BRADSHAW 
TRACEY BRAILEY 
ANN BRUHA 
LINDA CAISSIE 
DANNY CALLAHAN 

CYNTHIA CAMPBELL 
RYAN CARDOOS 
BRETT CAREY 
ANDY CARLISLE 
LAURA CARLSON 
HEATHER CARLTON 
JIM CARUSO 
ANDREA CASSERLY 





FRESHMAN 



I. Freshman Class Officers: Leah Benson, Social Chairman; 
Mr. Maxwell, Advisor: Tracey Manning, Treasurer; Robin 
McArdle, Secretary: Laurie Tomczykowski, President; Alissa 
Millman, Vice-President. 2. Angela French happily returns 
Don Johnson's smile. 3. Laurie Tomczykowski proudly 
shows off her locker full of her friends pictures. 4. Ambriel 
Rosenberg, Beth Green. Alissa Millman and Lauren Solomita 
leisurely stroll to class. 




/8/Underclassmen 




ANDRE CHARIES 
MIKE CHEMLEN 
CHI-SUN CHUI 
TAMARA CLIFFOI 
TRINA COFIELD 
ERIK CORDES 
ANGELA COREA 
RANDY COREY 



CHRIS CORIATY 
GARY CORLEY 
DARREl COSTELLIC 
DANIEL COUTO 
SUSAN CROCKER 
PAUL CRONIN 
LACEY DEAN 
JOHN DILLEN 

ANGELA DITORE 
ROBERT DOHERTY 
LINDA DONALDSON 
HEATHER DOUGHTY 
TOM EDEN 
MELANIE EDWARDS 
CAMILLA ERICSON 
KIM FARMER 



MARC FERGUS 
DARREN FIGG 
EDWARD FRAN! 
ANGELA FRENC 



DARRYL FRENI 
LESLIE FRYER 
LYZ GALANI 
ROGER GAUL 



ANGELA GAUT 
IRENE GENERAL 
GRETCHEN 

GERBRANDS 
CHRIS GETTE , 



LISA GETTY 
DONALD GIARD 
JAYSON GILBER 
SCOTT GILLIS 



AMY GODART 
TAAVO 

GODTFREDSEN 
ARON GOLUB 
DAVtt) GOODAl 



PAUL GOODALE 
BETH GREEN 
PAT GREEN 
ROXANNE HANN< 



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TRAVIS HANSON 
ELL HARRINGTON 
THOMAS 

harrington 
lynn harris 
zenobia harris 
lisa hartwell 
therine hawley 
david hollis 

caren holmstead 
:hristina horton 
sylvia howard 
melissa hubbard 
scott huffman 
robert hurt 
cimberley ingalls 
nikki isabelle 



BRYAN JACKSON 
ALLEN JONES 
TINA JONES 
BRIAN KANE 
DAVID KELLEHER 
PATRICK KELLIHER 
MICHELLE KENNEY 
TANYA KIRKLAND 



DANA LARSEN 
VICKI LEE 
JAMIE LEWIS 
KAREN LIPCZER 



SHAWN LIU 
RAM LOONEY 
JOE LOVECCHIO 
CHAD LORD 



TRACEY MANNING 
MICHELLE MARINO 
LAURA MARTELL 
WILLIE MARTIN 





LA MARTINES 
BEN MCALLISTER 
ROBIN MCARDLE 
JAMES MCGOVERN 



LUKE MCINNIS 
DIANE MCNABB 
JOSEPH MCNEER 
DONALD MEAD 



PATRICK MEFFAN 
SHAWN 




80/Underclassmen 




Being a ' FRESHMAN " 
Graduating from a big. tough eighth grader to a wimpy underdog 
freshman of Bedford High School certainly has its drawbacks. For one 
thing, there is no one younger than you to act "cool" in front of, (maybe 
that's why freshmen are always acting so ridiculous, unlike seniorsi?) 
and for another thing, there are plenty of people to make you feel 
inferior. 

But, it's not all that bad. Meeting all those new people can be fun and 
exciting, especially when you land a date with that person you had a 
crush on when you were in kindergarten and he was in the third grade. 
The change to high school can be enjoyable and challenging if you take 
full advantage of all the opportunities at your door. Sports, clubs, and 
activities can be a great way to make new friends and relax from the 
pressures of school work. Soon those embarrassing moments of fresh- 
manhood will be part of "senior memories." Consider yourself lucky if 
Fate has exempted you from these Common Freshman Embarrassing 
Moments: 

1. Desperately trying to follow a senior's directions to the third floor. 
"Just take the elevator at the top of lower C wing. That takes you to the 
guidance office in upper B wing. Ask someone there where the stairs are 
to F wing." 

2. Going to gym class for the second time, well prepared with sneak- 
ers, shorts, and shirt, only to realize, just as the bell rings, that it's odd 
today and you have art at the other end of the building. 

3. Tripping up or falling down the stairs in the middle of passing time, 
spilling your books everywhere- especially in the A/B wing staircase 
where half the school hangs out between every period. 

4. Walking by an older "friend" who is supposed to be mature, but 
dumps your books all over the stairs as he says hi, and throws in a good 
push. 

5. Walking into a classroom the second week of school and noticing, 
just as you sit down, that it's not your class. 

6. Falling with a full lunch tray in the middle of the cafeteria. 




I. Myra Szachara. Jeff 
French, Debbie Looney, 
and Sandy Macdonald, 
laugh at embarrassed 
Susan Bishop falling 
down the stairs. 2. Jeff 
French helps Mathew 
Smith find his book. 3. 
Senior Linda Pysczynski 
shows Brian Smith and 
Jamie Lewis to an un- 
known territory. 




Underclassmen/ 8 1 



r 



ROBERT MOORE 
SCOTT MORRISON 
BONNIE MOSCA 
NANCY MOSCA 
CRAIG O'BRIEN 
MICHAEL O MALLEY 
KELLEY O MEARA 
AMY O'NEILL 



DIANE OLSEN 
MICHAEL OSWALD 
ANTHONY PAGLIA 
SAMMY PANZERI 
LEE PARNELL 
JIM PATON 
JEFF PATTERSON 
KATY PATTERSON 

KENNETH PEDERSEN 
CLARENCE POWELL 
SARA PUFFER 
BILL PUTNEY 
ANNE RICCI 
TEDDY RICHARDSON 
ILLIAM RICKER 
JEFF RIVET 




I. Jay Romanik thinking of the weekend. 1. "She's a senior and 
wants my number?" says Jimmy McGovern to Luke Mclnnis. 3. 
Jay Smith listens to the latest Menudo hit. 4. Mr. Hunt leads a 
class discussion with Scott Morrison. Doran Bowers, and Irene 
General. 5. "Just think, in four years we'll be seniors!" Leah Ben- 
son, Crissy Anderson. Suzanne Wright, and Tracy Manning. 



83/Underclassmen 




CINDY RIVINIUS 
DWK5HT ROBSON 
AMBRIEL ROSENBERG 
SARAH ROWELL 
JON RUSSO 
PETER SAISA 
KIM SALDIN 
KRISTIN SAVAGE 

ALLEN SAVLES 
KRISTEN SCALISE 
CHRISSY 

SCHAENEMAN 
IMAL SCOTT 
SUZY SEGAL 
TIM SHUTE 
AMY SMALLWOOD 
BRIAN SMITH 

MATTHEW SMITH 
JAY SMITH 
CARL SODERSTROM 
LAIKEN SOLOMITA 
SARA SOMERSET 
KRISTINE SPIEWAK 
SUSAN STANTON 
ftMOIMLJIiiN.,. ..... 



TOM STRANGE 
CHRISTINE SULLI 
KIM SULLIVAN 
STEPHEN SYCUR 



ON 
N 

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LLIVAN 



URO 



BRANDEE THOMPSON 
ADAM TOBEY 
LAURIE 

TOMCZYKOWSKI 
DAVE TRANT 



HEATHER URQUHAR 
KOSTA VASILAKIS 
JEAN VENUTI 
JOHN WALKER 



DAVID WEINFURT 
LARRY WESTCOTT 
LIA WHEELER 
NATALIE WHITCOMB 



TAMMY WHITE 
APRYL WHITT 
SHARON WHITT 
JEANNIE WHITTE 




WENDY WOODLAND 
SUZANNE WRIGHT 
CHRIS ZELLNER 



Underclas$meh/83 



1 



SEE WHAT IS 
NEW NEXT FALL 



1. Ken Collins eagerly awaits his lesson. 2. Jessica 
Meyers offers an answer. 3. Jay Cuthbert listens to his 
classics. 4. Mark Guetersloh ponders the problem. 




HOME ECONOMICS 

UNDER-WATERBASKET WEAVING 
Learn to basket weave under water. Make an assort- 
ment of items including: hats, rugs, and baskets. 

DEEP SEA COOKING 

Requirements: advanced cookery and you must have 
the ability to breath under water. 

You learn to prepare fine fish food from the deep 
sea. Squid, whale, octopus, seaweed, porpoise, etc. You 
also learn how to catch the items you cook. 

ATHLETICS 

ATHLETICS FOR THE RICH 

For the upper class society, learn some sports such 
as polo, yachting, cricket, ect. 

ENGLISH 

WRITERS OF THE LAST 20TH CENTURY 
Study the writers from 1950 to present day. Some 
authors are: Stephen King, Judy Bloom. S.H. Hinton, 
Douglas Adams, Sylvester Stallone, V.C. Andrews. 

SCIENCE 

HUMAN BODY 

This course is for good for aspiring morticians. 
Learn how to prepare the body for the public 
appearance. 

MEDITATION 1 & 2 

Learn to escape from pressures by innocent ancient 
meditation. 




84/UNDERCLASSMEN 





Ithough one may often forget, the primary reason for school is academics. We attend high 
school to improve ourselves intellectually and emotionally. Every aspect of high school is 

important in the develop- 
ment of adolescents, but all 
other school activities are su- 
perfluous to the main goal- 
learning. 

The people responsible for 
the achievement of this goal 
are the faculty and the ad- 
ministration. In this era of 
high-tech jobs, some may 
consider the role of school 
personnel inferior or easier 
than other jobs. This is not 
true. When one considers the 
job of the faculty and admin- 
istration, it is evident that it 
may be the most important in 
our society. These adults 
mold the future of our coun- 
try. The adults of tomorrow 
are developed and impressed 
upon during their school 
years. The people who take 
on this responsibility do 
their best to create people 
who will contribute positive- 
ly to others. 

The faculty and administration of Bedford High School should be comended for the job they are 
doing. The school runs smoothly and the graduates of BHS are well prepared for college, the job 
world, and life in general. 

ACADEMICS/85 




1. Mr. Phinney smiles about a student's voice. 2. Sue Clancy and Paul St. Amour work on an 
experiment in lab. 3. Mr. Cacciola takes care of Kerry McGovern. 4. Mrs» Sullivan and Mrs. 
Donovan enjoy a day outside. 5. Louie Nocca and Joe Quinn work on an engine in class. 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Rory Leibmann 

Administrator of Special Education 




Thomas J. Duggan 
Principal 




Joseph E. Buckley, Jr. 

Superintendent of Schools 



86 /ADMINISTRATION 





AFTER 

THIRTY-THREE 
YEARS IN HIGH 
SCHOOL . . . 

At this point, there are not many people who 
have been at our school long enough to be able to 
compare the Class of 1986 with that of 1956. Mr. 
Melanson, one of our assistant principals, is 
someone who has. However, besides being "a lot 
younger", he says that there are no fundamental 
differences between today's students and those 
of the late 1950's. Of course the styles, the dress 
and the dialect have all changed, but underneath, 
he sees the same types of kids. Now, after thirty- 
three years at Bedford High school, Mr. Melan- 
son will be "graduating" along with the Class of 
1986. 

During the past thirty-three years, he has as- 
sumed many crucial roles in the school. When he 
first started out, he was a math teacher, later to 
become the chairman of that department. Since 
then, he has been a class advisor, has spent about 
a decade as the varsity baseball coach and helped 
to found our chapter of the National Honor Soci- 
ety. After all that, one would think that anyone 
would be looking forward to retirement! 

However, Mr. Melanson is approaching this 
milestone with mixed feelings. Although he has 
many post-retirement plans to which he is look- 
ing forward, he has enjoyed his years at B.H.S. 
He sums up his feelings by saying, "I've loved it 
all!" 

Thank you, Mr. Melanson, for all of the 
warmth and patience you have shown through 
your years of hard work. We will miss you! 



Mr. Melanson is known to us all as a gentleman and a fair disciplinarian. 
• Pausing for a moment's reflection. Mr. Melanson keeps a watchful eye on 
ie back parking lot. 



ADMINISTRATION/ 87 



Keith Adams 

Physical Education 
Alhletic Director 

Margarita Apicella 

Science 

Donald R. Barron 

Art Program Director 



Rosemarie Bebezas 
ESL Tutor 

Robert W. Biggio 

Social Studies 

Janice Birch 

Secretary To The 
Business Manager 



Mary Bobrowski 

Special Education 

CMSgt. Aldevino 
Bragga 

R.O.T.C. 

Eunice Brine 

Secretary 



Ruth Byron 

Mathematics 

Peter Cacciola, Jr. 

Trainer, Substitute 

Lt. Col. Edward F. 

Campbell 

R.O.T.C. 



Victor R. Carlson 
Industrial Arts 

Suzanne Cervo 

Foreign Language 

Robert P. Ciolfi 

Counseling Program 
Administrator 



SMUJ 




88 /ACADEMICS 







1. Mrs. Sullivan offers her support fo all. 2. Cut-buster Mr. 
Reynolds strikes again. 3 & 4. Mr. UUman demonstrates his 
"shoot the monkey" theory and explains the electronics of a 
computer. 5. Mr. Sullivan with his flock of groupies; First 
Row: Christine Montgomery, Ann Marie Callahan, Diane 
Richards, Second Row: Jodi Jaillet, Lisa Pittman, Jake, Tracy 
McArdle, Kathy MacQuilken, Allyson McLaughlin. 

ENDANGERED!! 

Armed with a grade book, backed by principal 
Duggan's bullwhip, and ever shielded by a vital 
sense of humor, the BHS teacher is a courageous, 
if rather odd, species. Though we students hu- 
mor the poor devils, we are also very conscious of 
the qualities which make a good teacher. 

One vital quality is the pure guts it takes to 
venture into the wild world of adolescents. Any- 
one who can tame a gang of wild teenagers and 
rabid parents deserves to be paid for hazardous 
duty. Compared to braving the kids bouncing off 
the walls of the freshman hall at 7:45 in the 
morning. World War II was child's play. 

We love a teacher who will answer our silliest 
question, such as everything we always won- 
dered but were afraid to ask about artificial respi- 
ration on Annie the Dummy. ("Can you really 
get addicted to rubbing alcohol that way, Mrs. 
Smith?") We admire the stick-to-it-iveness we've 
found in that terror on high heels, Mrs. Golley, 
who is still rallying the Math League every 
month after many demoralizing defeats, and who 
keeps her work standards high, giving us some- 
thing to reach for. She really knows what she's 
doing, even if her calculus class doesn't. 

Known for his great labs is our Mr. UUmann, 
who spends hours rigging up all sorts of fantas- 
tic experiments. He is certainly dedicated; who 
else can boast a fan club urging befuddled phys- 
ics students everywhere to "think physically"? 
Who else would walk into walls just to demon- 
strate the physics of why it hurts? 

BHS boasts a host of P.E. instructors with 
more variety and character than Disney's menag- 
erie. They have have the patience of Job. One 
memorable example among the ranks is our opti- 
mistic philosopher, Mr. McManus, who cheerily 
spreads his "good vibes" around and lends a a 
new meaning to the word "sports." 

We BHS students like the teacher who lets us 
know what's expected of us; who realizes what 
we can and can't do and helps make it fun to do 
it. We like them to take confusing subjects and 
make them simple, with tricks like Mr. Palmer's 
infamous Big to Small Rule. We ask the zeal of 
Mr. Tingley and his buddy Mr. Bones (Bones 
being the most underpaid teacher in the school, 
but probably the best dressed), as they explore 
the intricate human anatomy. 

All that we really ask of our teachers is that 
they do the best they can. Hopefully they will 
help us to understand baffling subjects and also 
share with us some of their individuality and 
humor. 



ACADEMICS/89 



DRAMATIC, 
COMPLEX, 
EMOTIONAL . . . 

Humanities is a senior English class which incorpo- 
rates literature, music, and visual art into one course. 
Students learn about artists of the past in order to 
better understand man and to enable them to look into 
the future. It is a class which strives to stimulate stu- 
dents to think more than anything else. 

When a high school student takes a science class, he 
learns about the physical and phychological makeup 
of humans. If he studies history, he will learn about 
m^n's achievements and failures, and he will better 
understand himself in the context of time. But it is in 
the Humanities course that all of this information is 
integrated. In this course, students come closer to un- 
derstanding themselves and other people. 

Since the class was developed by Mrs. Kinney sev- 
enteen years ago, it has been team taught. This year 
Mr. McCarthy and Mrs. Kinney each teach the litera- 
ture, grammar and vocabulary. Mrs. Sorgi commutes 
between the high school and middle school in order to 
teach the music portion, while Mr. Pilla instructs stu- 
dents in the visual arts. Having three teachers for each 
class is highly beneficial for the students. They are 
exposed to several views and insights, therefore they 
can form their own opinions and ideas based on differ- 
ent points of view. 

Humanities greatly expands the horizons of the stu- 
dents who take the class. Students learn to appreciate 
different types of music, they learn to see into a work 
of art, and they are exposed to ageless pieces of litera- 
ture. This class opens doors to subjects to which stu- 
dents have not been exposed. This year of learning 
whetts the appetite to learn more. 

The Humanities classes have a reputation for being 
difficult, which they are, but it is well worth the effort. 
An incoming student need not have any previous 
knowledge of art, he must only come with an open 
mind. Through out the years, rumors fly around about 
the impossible evaluations and creative projects which 
students are required to do. Students should not be 
intimidated by these remarks because with some effort 
and the ever-available help of the teachers, these tasks 
can be completed. In Humanities classes, a student 
will truly learn to think. 



1. Mr. Pilla explains the significance of St. Peter's Cathedral to his 
Humanities class. 2. A typical Renassance painting. 3. Humanities 
students' homework, assignments. 4. Mrs. Kinney and Mr. McCar- 
thy are the teachers of the literature section of the Humanities 
courses. 




90/ACADEMICS 



1. Mr. Cacciola does what he does best. 2. Mr. Wilson tries to unbaffle Kirsten 
Ebersole. 





Kevin Connolly 
Industrial Arts 
William R. Corliss 
Business Education 
Vernon Dameron 
Social Studies 
Lou D'Andragora 
Custodian 
Barbara Davis 
System Psychologist 



Joan DiClemente 

Special Education 
Charles DiPietro 
Occupational 
Education/ 
Program Director 
Theresa Doiron 
Secretary 
Eleanor Donovan 
English Program 
Administrator 
Michael Donovan 
Social Studies 



Elizabeth Dowling 

Librarian 
Kathleen Drenas 
Home Economics 
George Fardy 
Custodian 
Claire French 
Secretary to the 
Superintendent 
Sibyl French 
Secretary 



ACADEMICS/91 



Tracey Funari 
Mathematics 
Helen C. Gfrocrer 
Physical Education 
Stephanie Ciancola 
Mathematics 
Elaine Ciddis 
English 
Ginette Golley 
Mathematics Program 
Administrator 



Bernard Gollis 

Counselor 
Robert S. Greenway 
Counselor 
Paula M. Gullage 
Business Education 
Richard J. Hagar 
^ Music 
Janice Haggerty 
Art 



Marguerite Hamilton 

Financial Supervisor 
Connie Hanley 
Secretary 
Maureen Hanley 
Physical Education 
/ Health 
Donna Happy 
Secretary to the 
Principal 
Jean Hibbard 
Library Assistant 




1. Mr. Maxwell offers help to Russ Smith in Logic & 
Philosophy. 2. Starting the day off with Mr. Maxwell. 
3. Sue Dameron, Kristen Dougherty and Lori 
McNeany glance over Mr. Maxwell's shoulder. 




92/ACADEMICS 



OFF THE 
WALL!! 

For other people, 1985 may be the Year of the Ox, 
or the year of graduation, etc., but for many Enghsh 
students at BHS, 1985-86 is the year of Mr. Max- 
well. After teaching in the Bedford school system 
for nineteen years, he has now moved up to the high 
school from the middle school. Although he has 
always hesitated to change schools because "he'd 
miss the kids," the desire for change, among other 
things, finally prompted him to make the move. 

Now teaching Logic and Philosophy for seniors 
and advising the freshman class, he finds that the 
same kids are better here. Being more mature, the 
students present a greater challenge as Mr. Maxwell 
now deals with them on a whole different level. 
When he first came to the high school, Mr. Maxwell 
wondered if teaching should be approached in a 
different manner, now that he was dealing with 
older kids. However, he was advised by the head of 
the English department not to change his charis- 
matic style. Indeed, even Mr. Maxwell describes 
himself as being "off the wall-I enjoy being like 
that!" Obviously, the students enjoy it, too, and his 
manner of teaching has proved to be very effective. 
"Getting the material across can be done along with 
making it fun- that's my philosophy." Perhaps 
that's why he is so popular with the students. What 
other teacher has had the school Glee Club sing at 
his wedding?! 

Mr. Maxwell enjoys teaching at the high school 
because he feels that what he is doing is really an 
important part of the students' lives. Apparently, 
the students like having him here, too, as they say 
he understands and relates to them well. Certainly 
many students were "psyched" to have him come to 
the high school after having had him as a teacher in 
the middle school. 

From us all, Mr. Maxwell, welcome!! 





1. Kristen Hocker connects the dots. 2. Mr. Barron offers 
help to Sue Reynolds. 3. Kim Travers displays four years 
of art skill. 4. Lisa Cone works intently. 5. Finger painting 
by Yael Kupiec. 

A LOOK AT 
A UNIQUE 
CLASS . . ART 

IV 

To most people Art IV is just a class, some- 
thing they consider taking to ease their course 
load during the senior year; but to the students 
who actually end up in the class it is more 
than just another major. 

The F period bell rings and slowly D9 fills 
up. Ten students filter in and go through the 
usual rituals of getting out the lastest project, 
sharpening pencils, and mixing paints. After a 
few minutes the room settles down to an al- 
most hypnotic silence. 

The class is made up mostly of seniors, and 
everyone has had previous art experience- if 
not an art major, then ceramics or photogra- 
phy. There is so much talent in this one class 
that students serve as inspirations to each 
other. 

The main focus of the class is a little differ- 
ent from those of other art courses offered at 
B.H.S. Since several of the students are plan- 
ning careers in the art field, the main empha- 
sis of the class is the development of a senior 
portfolio full of original, individualized pieces 
of work. 

Mr. Barron, Program Administrator for Art 
and teacher of Art IV, stresses the need to 
make all works as unique and personal as 
possible. 





94 /ACADEMICS 






John Kill 

Custodian 

Dorothy A. Hovsepian 

English 

Clint Huff 

Mathematics 



Gary Hunt 
Mathematics 

Yoma Ingraham 

Early Childhood 
Education 

John C. Judge 

English 



James Kelly 

Foreign Language 

William K. Keup 

Science 

Joan L. Kinney 

English 



Catherine Krueger 

Science 

Nancy Lehan 
Registrar 

Judith Lent 

School Nurse 



Marilyn G. Light 

Special Education 

Alison Lohrum 

Counselor / 

Occupational 
Resource Center 
Coordination 

Dorothy LoVcccio 

Secretary 



ACADEMICS/ 95 



Robert Luken 
Industrial Arts 
Sandra Maczko 

Early Childhood 
Education 
Beverly Marklis 

Secretary for Special 
Education 



Benjamin Maxwell 
English 
Ruth D. McAleer 
Business Education 
John McCarthy 
English 



Arthur McManus 

Physical Education 
Program 
Administrator 
Jean B. Miele 
Mathematics 
Eugene Milliken 
English 



Bruce Morse 

Audio Visual 
Donald Moss 
Counselor 
Gregory Norton 

Science 



Barbara O'Ncil 

Secretary 
Pat O'Shaughnessy 
Secretary 
Leonard Palmer 
Science 




96/ACADEMICS 





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1. Pedro, Angel, Vicente, and Raul enjoy attacking a 
stuffed tiger. 2. Christine Sword, Cristina Allen, Too- 
kie Whiting, Lori Fields, Uli Reinish, Adrienne 
Weaver, and Heather McGilvery board a plane in 
Spain. 3. First Row: Pedro, Raul, Susana, and Rosario. 
Second Row: Angel, Vicente, Amparo. 4. Amparo 
teaches a typical class in Spain. 5. Taking a stroll in 
Spain, Maria Jesus, Adrienne Weaver, Cristina Allen, 
Angel, Jose, Manuel, and Javi relax and have a good 
time. 6. Rosario, Vicente, Angel, Pedro, Raul, Susana, 
Amparo, Nicole Cassidy, Christine Sword, Tookie 
Whiting, Robert Flores, Uli Reinisch, and Cristina Al- 
len lounge around at poolside. 

THE 

EXCHANGE 

For the past several years, Bedford High 
School has seen a variety of foreign stu- 
dents in its halls, with representatives from 
New Zealand, Sweden, Brazil, and most re- 
cently, Thailand. Yet for the first time, this 
past year has seen a group exchange of stu- 
dents between our own high school and the 
high school of Villar, Spain. Last April, 
Mrs. Probolus took a group of nine stu- 
dents to Villar, and in September, a group 
of seven Spanish students visited Bedford. 
According to all the participants, the pro- 
gram was a great success and hopefully will 
be repeated in years to come. 

Because both sets of students lived with 
individual families and went to school dur- 
ing their stays abroad, they were able to 
experience not only the language, but also 
the culture of their host country. The 
Americans were amazed at some of the dif- 
ferences between the two cultures. They 
found the food and mealtimes to be com- 
pletely different in Spain, (Have you ever 
tried cheese curls cooked in olive oil?) and 
the curfews for youngsters were also quite 
different. (What do you mean be home by 
2am on a Saturday night?!!) Basically, the 
Spaniards have a much more relaxed atti- 
tude toward life than do Americans. Unlike 
Americans, who are continuously rushing 
from one activity to the next, the Spaniards 
pursue life at a much more leisurely pace, 
always finding time to stop and chat with 
their friends. This attitude was clearly re- 
flected by the Spanish students' extraordi- 
nary ability to repeatedly miss the bus and 
to be late for classes during their stay in 
Bedford. 

Overall, besides being a tremendous 
learning experience for the students, both 
with the language and the culture, the ex- 
change provided an opportunity for many 
friendships to develop, as the students re- 
lated well to each other and to many others 
that they met. 



ACADEMICS/ 97 



1. Working steadily, Dr. Davis strikes again. 2. 
Dr. Davis is always ready to give help. 3. Mr. 
Keup greets his students with a smile. 4. Foot- 
ball coach and math teacher, Mr. Sabourin, 
thinks out the next play. 

HELPING 
OUR NEEDS 

Occupying a very important, yet relatively 
unknown, position at Bedford High School, 
Dr. Davis is our psychologist. Licensed by the 
Massachusetts Board of Registration of Psy- 
chologists, she is primarily with the Bedford 
school system for grades kindergarten to 
twelve, although she spends most of her time 
with grades six to twelve. 

Responsible for dealing with the psycholog- 
ical component of the law, Dr. Davis is kept 
very busy, having a three-fold purpose in her 
work: psychological evaluation, psychothera- 
py, and consultation with parents and teach- 
ers. Direct psychological support is provided 
by Dr. Davis to students on an individual and 
group basis, both long term and short term. In 
describing her job. Dr. Davis states "it's a 
dynamic process requiring the cooperation of 
parent, student, and members of the staff," a 
cooperation which she feels fortunate in 
receiving. 

But one of the most important aspects of her 
work seems to be individual attention to the 
student. If, at any time, a student has some 
type of problem, he is free to seek her out and 
discuss his concerns in the strictest of confi- 
dence. She especially stresses her concern for 
students who need help but don't know how 
to go about getting it, and the importance for 
the students in this sensitive age group to 
know that there is a place to go and someone 
to talk to. 

Dr. Davis feels that one of her goals as psy- 
chologist in the Bedford school system is "to 
explain and to influence human behavior." 
She states that she tries to accomplish this 
goal through understanding child develop- 
ment, school environment, and the joint inter- 
action of these with the needs of the Bedford 
community. 



98 /ACADEMICS 



Deborah Sakelakos 

Science 

Aaron Shavers, Jr. 
MLTCO Assistant 
M<4ryanne Shay 
Mathamatics 
Paul R. Smith 
Music 

Huberta Sorgi 

Music 



Joan D. Spence 

English 

Pat Spinosa 

Social Studies Program 

Administrator 

Eleanor Stanley 

Secretary 

John F. Sullivan 

Social Studies 

Maureen Sullivan 

English 



Calvin Tingley 

Science Program 
Administrator 
Arthur Tremblay 
Custodian 
Iphegenia Tsefrekas 
Home Economics 
Lawrence Ullmann 
Science 
Carol Walcott 
Reading 




In D and E wings, the outskirts of Bed- 
ford High, lies the department of occupa- 
tional education comprised of the busi- 
ness office, home economics and 
Industrial Arts departments. 

It is the largest department in the 
school and one of the most popular. All of 
us have wondered when we will use the 
likes of geometrical indirect proofs as 
adults, but in the occupational education 
department, any skill learned can be one 
of value in the job world, whether it be 
typing, stenography auto shop, early 
childhood, or woodshop. This department 
offers practical hands-on courses without 
the heavy academic demands of English, 
math, and science. 

Just about every graduating student 
has taken at least one course in the occu- 
pational ed. department, and each of 
these students can be assured that the 
skill he learned will be useful. As no other 
department does, the occupational de- 
partment blends an academic education 
with a technical education. 




lOO/ACADEMICS 




FROM SAWDUST 
TO TOYS. 



1. John Slander listens intently as Scott Devlin points out what is wrong with 
the engine. 2. Louie Nocca and Joey Quinn learn about the engine from Mr. 
Connolly. 3.David Delellis enjoys working with wood creatively and making a 
mess at the same time. 4. Kara Flynn, Jenny Weisz, Karen Cierpial and Kirsten 
Ebersole, along with some little friends, enjoy time together in the shade. 



ACADEMICS/101 



Dale Wilson 

Mathematics 
Brian Young 

Tele-Media 





FACULTY AND 
STAFF NOT 
PHOTOGRAPHED 

Frances Anthony 
Judy Bougopoulos 
Robin Erikson 
Fran Falcione 
Janice Finkelstein 
Peter Kirton 
Linda Lamonakis 
Lois M. Blakeney 
Lou Mercuric 
Rosemary Mercuno 
Shirley Moore 
Evelyn Nazarro 
Roberta O'Donnell 
Liia Pirri 
Joseph Ricardelli 
William Ricker 
Ann M. Sheehan 




Bedford's Metco Program began in September, 1974 with 21 
first grade students. Teresa, Debora and Stacey are three stu- 
dents who began school in grade I at the Davis Elementary 
School. 

These students have had to endure a long bus ride daily for 
the past twelve years. There were times when the bus would get 
caught in a snowstorm between here and Boston, and the stu- 
dents would not get home until 7:30 p.m. During the Blizzard of 
1978, the Metco students were not able to come to school for 
one month because the buses could not get out of Boston. Mrs. 
Parker collected the homework for the students, and dropped it 
off at the Metco Office in Boston so that the students would not 
fall too far behind. There have been a lot of good times spent 
together such as: Picnics, Halloween parties, Christmas parties, 
Host-Families' get togethers, and a closeness which is unde- 
scribable. Teresa, Debora and Stacey are excellent examples of 
what Metco is all about. 




102/ ACADEMICS 




5,450 hours on a bus 

27.000 miles traveled 

Attended school Elementary - High 

school 1.800 days. 



METCO 




In 1986, the first Bedford Metco 
Students will graduate. It has been 
twelve years of business and fun, and 
it has paid off. We feel that attending 
Bedford Public Schools was worth 
while. We have developed an under- 
standing of the importance of a quali- 
ty education. The people of Bedford 
were loving and caring; they reached 
out to help us. We just want to say, 
"Thank, you!" 

There were many things that made 
us think that a Boston school would 
be better. Getting up early was defi- 
nitely a problem. Who wants to get up 
at five o'clock? We were on the bus so 
long, we might as well had lived on it. 
Then we always got stuck in traffic or 
we broke down on the highways 
which made us get home late all the 
time. However, we think that our re- 
ceiving a better education was worth 
making those sacrifices. 

Oh! We can't forget about our host 
parents. We can honestly say we are 
going to miss them. They were like 
our real families and we want them to 
know that we love them. 

We will miss the town of Bedford, 
and you* will always be in our hearts. 
Love, Metco graduates 




1. Kathy Sutton and Sfacey Rogers sharing a 
chair and a good laugh. 2. Teresa Tilman, Stacey 
Rogers, and Debora Smith enjoy their last year 
together at Bedford High School. 3. Teresa Til- 
man's first grade picture during her first year in 
Bedford's school district. 4. Working dilegently, 
Mrs. Parker conquers Metco problems. 5. Deb- 
ora Smith causiouly peeks aroun the corner. 6. 
Chriss Green, Andre Taylor, Judd Hill, Clar- 
ence Powell, Zenobia Harris, Gemena Murchin- 
son anxiously board the bus home. 7. Stacey 
Rogers during first grade, her first year in Bed- 
ford schools. 8. Debora Smith smiling cheerful- 
ly for her first grade picture and her very first 
year attending Bedford. 9. While riding to 
school, Zenobia Harris and Christine Green 
sleep off the long ride to Bedford. 



ACADEMICS/103 




THE CHEMIST 
IN THE GYM . . . 

Walking into Arthur McManus' office one sees a 
man emitting a positive attitude toward life. A well- 
known figure around the gymnasium Mr. McManus 
is especially recognized for his caring attitude towards 
the physically less fortunate students in his classes. He 
calls physical education "the most embarrassing class 
because no one can hide their inadequacies." In addi- 
tion, he has always had a concern for those students 
who were unhappy with school, a concern he attri- 
butes to his own adolescent years when you and school 
never agreed. Often, Mr. McManus will post a poem 
outside his office in an endeavor to make his students 
"feel lucky for what they are." His currciulum too, is 
geared toward helping people. During the course of a 
year he exposes students to life activities such as ten- 
nis, golf, and cross-country skiing. 

During his long teaching and coaching career, 
which began at Borger Junior High School in 1953, 
Mr. McManus's success has taken various forms. A 
dedicated tennis coach, he modestly credits the 
achievements of his teams to the athletes themselves, 
yet those who work with him know that he has the 
ability to make people feel comfortable and develop 
what he calls "positive chemistry" among the people 
on his teams and in his classes. 

Mr. McManus plans to retire in 1988, but this year's 
students "have been so good," he says, that he is hav- 
ing second thoughts. We wish him success at whatever 
he chooses and thank him for the chemical wonders he 
performed at BHS. 




I. Mr. McManus rides one of his many vehicles to school. 3. A view of the high scl 



1.04/ ACADEMICS 



0^. 




\ 



Ithough academics alone can provide a sizeable workout, many students still take on the 
additional commitment of a sporting activity. Whether the sport is football or swimming, 

rifle team or track, each in- 
volves a great deal of time on 
the part of the individual; yet 
nearly half of the students at 
BHS go out for at least one 
sport. Why? The answer 
could be the enjoyment of 
physical activity, desire to be- 
come involved and add some- 
thing to the high school ex- 
perience, or maybe simply 
the sheer pleasure the student 
receives from being a part of 
a team striving to be its best 
while, at the same time, hav- 
ing a good time. Whatever 
the reason, athletics at Bed- 
ford High continue to be a 
very popular activity, both 
for participants and specta- 
tors. Our athletes all contin- 
ue the tradition of BHS ath- 
letics- work to the best of 
your ability, reflect a positive 
attitude, and make that sea- 
son the best possible. 




1. Jeff French runs to catch the ball. 2. The Banner breaks as our team runs through it. 3. The 
points are scored. 4. Their shoes were left behind. 5. That bear has Spirit! 



SPORTS/105 



Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 



14 
20 
14 
28 

8 

14 
7 
14 



24 
22 
34 
21 

9 
28 

7 

16 
25 

7 



Hudson 

Boston Latin 

Sudbury 

Acton 

Wayland 

Newton South 

Weston 

Fitchburg 

Whitman Hanson 

Concord 




Captains Dave O'Neil and Mike DeMattio led the Varsity 
Football team through a tough season. The 1985 team showed 
that they were special when, despite their defeats they always 
played their best and never gave up. Mr. Sabourin, Mr. Petrillo 
and Lt. Col. Campbell coached the team and also instilled in 
them the ideas of a good sportsman. 

Bedford Buccaneer Football players began officially prepar- 
ing for the 1985 football season in August, by attending their 
infamous football camp. Throughout the season, the players 
practiced for 2V2 hours a day, five days a week regardless of 
weather and holidays. They devoted much of their time to 
grueling practices and meetings. All of this hardwork did not 
show up on the scoreboard but it did show up in the way the 
team played the game and in their attitudes. 

Junior quarterback Tom Bauman led the offense of Park, 
Fallon, DeMattio, French, O'Neil, Donahue, Young, Harrison, 
Rice and Isnor. The defense of seniors: Donahue, DeMattio, 
O'Neil, Fallon, Young, Harrison, and Smith; juniors: Rice, 
Welch and Scheik; and sophmore Jarvis gave other teams 
good reason to wear plenty of padding. 

Although the scoreboard for the football team did not show 
it, the players and fans are sure to remember all of the time, 
dedication and enthusiasm that the members exhibited. The 
varsity football team can be described in one word, persistent. 



1. Some members of the varsity football team demonstrate how to play leap 
frog. 2. Eric Isnor whizzes by a Wayland opponent. 3. The B.H.S. football 
team makes a smashing entrance. 4. Bruce Park, Dave O'Neil and others 
successfully stop a Fitchburg player. 5. Co-captains Dave O'Neil and Mike 
DeMattio. 6. Kevin Donahue flies in for the tackle. 




106/ FOOTBALL 



hIEART AND HARD WORK 




First row: Raphael Chaires, Rob Meffan, Tony Young, Ty 
Tyer, Co-captain Mike DeMattio, Co-captain David O'Neil, Jeff 
French, Eric Isnor, Dana Harrison. Russ Smith. Second row: 
Bobby Roberson, Kevin Donahue, Herman Rice, Mike John- 
son, Bruce Park, Wayne Fallon, Todd Tyer, Scott Birmingham, 
Mark Sullivan. Third row: Jim Colliton, Tom Bumann, T.J. 
McNeany, Glen Pearson, Barclay Scheik, David Bauman, Tom 
Bauman, Don Campbell, Pat Jarvis, Dave Carlson. Fourth 
row: Brian Scheik, Doug Jones, Eddie Gardener, Jaime Welsh, 
Jim Cooke, Mike Shamon, Kevin Curley, Ronnie Bird. 



FOOTBALL/107 




The 1986 Boys' Soccer Team consisted of 8 seniors, 5 soph- 
mores, and 4 juniors. The team was led by Don Cardwell which 
didn't seem to be a disadvantage to the team. The offence was 
controlled by Mark Alcaide and Neil Amidon, who were D.C.L. All- 
Stars for the season, scored numerous goals were an attribution tc 
the team. Goalie Pete Stamatakos was a superb goalie, and made 
several incredible saves. The offensive line was also occupied by Eric 
Larsen, Alan Sayles, and Chris Massa. Defensive wise the back fields 
were protected by Paul Harrington, Sam St. Amour, Darrell Hansen, 
Chris Hamby, Seamus Garrett, and several other players that were 
cilways supportive of the team on and off the field. The tri-captains 
were Neil Amidon, Mark Alcaide, and Seamus Garrett who eventual- 
ly washed his uniform after about 7 games. Their record in no way 
represented their skill, and determintaion. They were constantly 
fighting for victory and a chance for states. Unfortunately the Bucs 
missed the chance to make states by a mere point. The team leaves 
behind several skilled players, but looses 8 graduating seniors. 



1. Neil Amidon, Eric Larson, and Alan Sayles run for the ball. 2. Darrell Hanson 
passes the ball. 3. Chris Henby passes the water. 4. Chris Hamby makes a shot i5. 
The shot is blocked by Jay Cuthbert 



108 /BOYS' SCXTCER 



SOCCER KICKS OFF THE YEAR 





1. Mark Alcaide shows off his legsl! 

2. Alan Sayles attemps to "Boot the Ball". 

3. Soccer Team (Top Row) Matt Mazzota, Darrell Hansen, 
Paul Harrington, Eric Larsen, Greg Crescenzi, Chris Hamby, 
Alan Sayles, Chris Cooke, and Jay Cuthbert. Bottom Row: 
Paul St. Amour, Jamie Harden, Chris Massa, Seamus Garrett, 
Mark Alcside, Neil Amidon, Peter Stamatakos, Allen Vinyard. 

4. Tri-Captains: Seamus Garrett, Mark Alcaide, and Neil 
Amidon. 



BOYS' SOCCER/ 109 



! 



ONLY A POINT AWAY 



The varsity soccer team finished with a winning record of 8-6-2. 
Despite missing the state tournament by a mere point, the season was 
spectacular. The team fought hard to continue it's tradition of determi- 
nation and dedication. Bedford for the first time in 4 years beat Lincoln- 
Sudbury, ending the season with a happy note. Bedford will continue its 
excellent tradition next year with a sound foundation of skill, and 
athletic ability with its' returning sophomores and juniors. Several 
players on the team end the season with recognition of their true 
athletic excellence and were rewarded by receiving D.C.L. awards. 
They were: Kerry McGovern, Kim Alcaide, and Kristin Dougherty, who 
also received league high scorer booting in 18 of the Bucs points, and 
was noted with 13 assists. 

Varslty(Top to Bottom): J.V. Coach Kurt Graff, Joy Anderson, Sue Asbedian, Meg 
Guriey. Kathy Doughty, Jen Lund, Pam Miller, Christine Sullivan, Gretchen Gerbrands. 
Susan Bishop. Kim Alcalde, Shcryl Petrecca, Merideth Evans, Meg Mizzoni, Dana Larsen, 
Heather Bensley, Coach Wilson. First Row: Jill Costello. Christine Montgomery, Tricia 
Conway, Kristin Dougherty, Kerry McGovern, Jen Dyson, Christine Martell, Kristcn 
Hocker, and Heather McGilvary. 






1. Kim Alcaide hastily waits for the ball amoung her rivalries. 2. Kerry McGovern successfully gets rid of the ball before the opponent has a chance 3. Coac 
Wilson tr,es to pep up the Bucs, as Tricia Conway, Caroline Ennis, Meg Mizzoni, Kerry McGovern, Jill Costello, Kristin Dougherty, Heather McGilvary and Chri: 
tine Martell listen attentively. ^ ^ > 

110/GIRLS' SOCCER 



1. Jen Dyson; the Bucs goaltender, makes an attempt to save another shot. 2. Kristin Dougherty shows fancy 
footwork and demonstrates her ability to maneuver the ball around the opposing player. 5. 1985 captains: Kristin 
Dougherty, Tricia Conway, Coach Wilson, and Kerry McGovern. 




if'" 




BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 
BEDFORD 



1- 6 
5-3 

8- 
5-2 

2- 2 

9- 

1- 3 

2- 4 
1-2 

3- 3 
8-0 

4- 3 

1- 2 

5- 
0-1 

2- 1 



Weston 
Newton-South 
Boston-Latin 
Acton 
Wayland 
St. Mary's 
Concord 
Lincoln-Sudbury 
Weston 
Newton-South 
Boston-Latin 
Acton 
Wayland 
St. Mary's 
Concord 
Lincoln-Sudbury 




GIRLS' SOCCER/111 




1. Bedford shows tough defense against Concord with Heather Doughty; center, Robin 
McCardle as defense, and Cindy Rivinius. 2. Senior command: Tri-captains Krissy Yatsco, 
Sue Sabeth, Tri-captains Lucy McGovern, Christine Linz. 3. Lucy McGovern calls for the ball 
as Robin Foweiler and Kirssy Yatsco look on. 4. Krissy Yatsco makes a shot on goal. 



112 /FIELD HOCKEY 




QUALITY NOT QUANTITY 

This years varsity field hockey team consisted of four seniors, seven juniors, 
one sophomore, and two freshmen. Despite having a minimal amount of players, 
the team proved to be extremely tough competitors. 

For the first time in history, Bedford tied the unbeatable Acton-Boxboro team 
with a score of 0-0. Also, Bedford beat its arch-rival Concord, wiht a score of 1- 
0. Tri-captain Krissy Yatsko scored the only goal of the game w/ith a reverse 
scoop in the last thirty seconds of the game. To end its season, Bedford tied the 
Hingham team with a score of 0-0. Two weeks previous to this game, the 
unconquerable Hingham team had won its division title. 

Both the offensive and defensive lines were very strong and aggressive 
players. The Bedford field hockey team is one that always gives their opponents 
"a run for their money." 

Led by tri-captains Lucy McGovern, Christine Linz and Krissy Yatsko, Bed- 
ford's team improved throughout the season. This years Dual County League 
Allstars were Kathy McGovern, Leslie Fryer, Lisa Linz, Alice O'Hara, and 
Christine Linz. 




\ 
J 



2. Varsity (Top tor bottom): Jen Sutton, Kathy McGovern, 
Lisa Linz, Heidi Urquhart, Robin Foweiler, Leslie Fryer, Jackie 
Weiker, Casey Holly, Cicek Zoroglu, Alice O'Hara, Sue Sa- 
betty. Bottom: Lucy McGovern, Christine Linz, and Krissy 
Yatsko. 3. Junior Varsity (Top to bottom): Coach Tracey 
Cook, Cindy Rivinius, Heather Doughty, Sharon Whitt, Su- 
sanne Wright, Robin McCardle, Camilla Erickson. Bottom: 
Michelle Morino, April Whitt, Rachel Baker, Laura D'Mo- 
chowski, and Jean Venuti. 4. Heidi Urquart attempts to shoot 
the ball. 



FIELD HOCKEY/113 



RACING TO 
THE TOP 



GIRLS' CROSS-COUNTRY 

The Bedford Girls' cross-country team finished 
third in the league with four wins and two losses. 
With a new coach, Maureen Sullivan, new course, 
and seven new members, the team drastically im- 
proved their standings. Bedford outran Weston, 
Boston Latin, Acton/Boxborough, and Natick and 
everyone was optimistic. Lincoln/Sudbury and 
Concord were our last and hardest meets. In sum- 
mary, the season was tough and there were times 
when our goals seemed unattainable, but in the 
end, we did our best, and generated a new respect 
for girls' cross-country. 

A contributing factor to our success was the 
rigorous training and helpful coaching of Coach 
Sullivan. We spent most of our time on the road, 
training an average distance of 6-7 miles or work- 
ing more intensely by running intervals on our 
track. Mrs. Sullivan, an experienced runner her- 
self, provided us with constant support and inspi- 
ration. We really appreciate all the time and effort 
she put into training us, as well as the ice cream 
and apple treats! 

People think we're crazy as we run by limping, 
panting, and sweating and occasionally we think so 
too, especially when our course goes around the 
football and soccer fields. We are thankful for the 
wooded portion of our course because it gives us a 
chance to recover from trying to make a good 
impression on the players. Probably the worst as- 
pect of cross-country running is the anxiety prior 
to a meet. Some familiar quotes on meet day are: 
"I feel sick," "It's only twenty minutes of our 
lives," and "I'm dying, but can't stop." But noth- 
ing beats the feeling of accomplishment we have 
after doing well in a race. Many say runners are 
masochists, but we say the rewards are worth the 
pain. You will lose a few pounds, build up endur- 
ance, and learn the mental perseverance valuable 
in life. 



1. Girls' Track Team: Front Row: Christine Anderson, Lori Ac- 
cree, Nicole Cassidy, Lynne Carroll, Sue Melville, Yael Kupiek, Diane 
Burton. Second Row: Terry Poole, Tifany Whitcomb, Melissa Getty, 
Sue Clancy. Andrea Abbott, Janet Carroll, and Tamar Kupiek. 2. 
Nicole Cassidy, senior, will get to that finish line yet!. 3. Sue Melville 
shows true dedication by the expression on her face. 





114/CROSS COUNTRY 





1% ^ 





ON THE 
RIGHT TRACK 




•I 




The boys' cross-country team, defending D.E.L. 
Champions, returned to the hill and dale deter- 
mined to continue it's reign and place in the All- 
Divisional, Massachusetts State Meet. 
, The dual meet season saw the harriers extend 
their unbeaten string to 16 over two years as they 
ran rough-shod over to opposition to a 9 win, no 
loss record. The competition for the top seven 
varsity positions was intense throughout the sea- 
son, as 9 different runners were able to garner 
slots at various meets. The depth of the varsity, 
and their intense competitiveness, paid off in post- 
season competition and saved us from disappoint- 
ment and frustration. 

Then the state divisional qualifying meet date 
arrived, and the team hoped to convert five 
months of preparation into an invitation to the 
state finals, Mike Callender (#1, 2) was hit with a 
virus. The team dug deep for "a little extra" and 
placed fourth out of thirty-seven teams led by 
Brad Hamby (18th), Greg Swider (19th), and Phil 
Lawrence (23rd) and earned their slot in the state 
finals (only the second Bedford team to ever do 
so.) 



1. You're ainnosf there Greg Melville. 2. Taking 
the lead are Phil Lawrence, Mike Callendar, and 
Brad Hamby. 3. Boys' Track Team; First 
Row: Eric Anderson, Brad Hamby, Mike Cal- 
lender, Steve Bishop, Greg Swider, Terry Lee, 
Tom Welch, Keith Acree, Bob Hanley, Greg 
Melville, Rick Hollis, Phil Lawrence, Gary Klei- 
man, and Imal Scott. 



CROSS COUNTRY/115 



CHEERS . . . 




1. The football cheerleaders display their 
moves as Debbie Looney stands on Lore 
Fields back. Ann Bruha and Bonnie Mosca 
are seated upon Cheryl Millman and Mi- 
chelle Lipczer and Pam Looney, Cheri Saltz- 
man, and Lisa Getty finish off the pyramid. 

2. Three seniors are caught for a picture: 
Cheryl Millman, Debbie Looney, and Mi- 
chelle Lipczer. 3. Through rainy conditions 
the cheerleaders give it their all. (Ann Bruha, 
Pam Looney, Maria Sarcia, Lore Fields, Deb 
Looney, Michelle Lipczer, Cherie Salzman) 
4. Deb Looney shows some spirit with her 
pom poms. 




116/FC)OTBALL CHEERLEADERS 



TO THE 
CHEERLEADERS 




I. Taking a break from their cheers are Crystal Murphy, Pam Dutra, Michelle Pitts, Karen Cierpial, 
and Kara Flynn. 2. The Soccer-Hockey Cheerleaders make a human wall. First row: Crystal Murphy, 
Lori TomczukowskI, Mary Macintosh, Karen Cierpial. Second Row: Michelle Pitts, Tracy Manning, 
Kara Flynn, Pam Dutra and Carolyn Matthews. 3. "Give us a B!" Cheers Tracy Manning, Crystal 
Murphy, Lori Tomczykowski, Carolyn Matthews, Karen Cierpial, Pam Dutra, Kara Flynn, and Mary 
Macintosh. 4. Ann Bruhah showing spirit at Bedfords first "Pep Rally"! 



SOCCER CHEERLEADERS/117 



ON THE MARK 




Keeping with tradition, the girls' swim team posted a win- 
ning record of 6-4 at the end of the fall swim season. Led by 
tri-captains Veronica Welch, Jenny Maxon, and Allyson 
McLaughlin, the Aqua Bucs overcame a lack of depth to finish 
fourth in the Dual County League. The girls were coached by 
Sandy Maczko for swimming and Bob Baker for diving. 

Post season swimming was definitely the brightest spot of 
the season. The girls placed a team-high fourth at the Confer- 
ence Championships, and went on to place fifth at Sectionals 
and seventh at States, while competing against over 30 other 
teams. Courtney Chubb, a two year All-Scholastic swimmer, 
and the Dual County All-Stars Rene Holtzman, Karen Hill, and 
Jenny Maxon racked in points for the team at these meets. 
Divers Veronica Welch and Laura Cook also qualified for the 
Sectionals but were unable to compete due to injuries. The 
team hopes to continue the winning tradition next year. 



1. Karen Hill swims her leg of the medley relay. 2. Lisa Pignateilo prepares to start her r S. 
3. The medley relay team of Courtney Chubb, Karen Hill, Rene Holtzman, and Jenny Ma n 
took fifth place in the state meet 4. Robin Bailey competing in the hundred meter b <• 
stroke. 5. Girls' Su/lmTcam: (left to right); Front Row: Manager Brian Maczko, Capin 
Allison McLaughlin, Captain Jenny Maxon, Captain Veronica Welch, Laura Cooke, An a 
Corea. Second Row: Coach Maczko, Lisa Pignateilo, Chrissy Shaeneman, Anne Highti, 
Jennifer Spencer, Anne Boffa, Robin Bailey. Lisa Goodale Third Row: Courtney Ch' 3, 
Karen Hill, Kim Gorgens, Caryn Russo, Karen Holmstead, Rene Holtzman, Suzy Sha o 
Helen Clark, Laura Maxon, Tracy Smith, Krysha Spiewac, Manager Irene General. 



118/SWIMMING 



DIVING IN 



BOYS' 

Bedford 76 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 



67 
35 
87 

n 

80 
63 
57 
73 
66 



SWIM TEAM 

92 Newton Soutfi 
Concord 
Wayland 
Burlington 
Dover Sfierborn 
Milford 

Lincoln Sudbury 
Acton 

Boston Latin 
Weston 



87 
48 
1 

89 
89 
106 
108 





The Boys' Varsity Swim Team had a fun season despite an 
overall record of 1 and 9. The young team led by co-captains 
Jeff Eagles and John Carter had only four juniors, five sopho- 
mores, and six freshmen. For some of the seven new members 
this was their first time swimming competitively. Considering 
this, they all did well. 

Bedford was able to send swimmers Ron Armstrong, Bill 
Busch, John Carter, Todd Dworshak, Allen Lavelanet, Shawn 
Reynolds and divers Jeff Eagles and Brian Mazcko to the 
North Sectional Swimming and Diving Championships. Jeff 
and Ron also represented Bedford at the State Finals this 
season. 

Coach Mazcko has watched the team improve dramatically 
as their best times decreased steadily. She is looking forward 
to a stronger team in 1987 after this rebuilding year. 



Bob Huffman swimming the butterfly. 2. The team's banner. 3. Tom Welch doing the 
?style. 4. Todd Dworshak trying not to take a drink. 5. Boys' Swim Team: (left to right); 
>nt row: Rob Doherty, Allen Lavelanet, Captain Jeff Eagles, Captain John Carter, Doug 
lito, John Walker, Coach Mazcko. Second row: Manager Jodi Payette, Tom Welch, Bob 
(man, Bill Busch, Larry Schlueter, Jim Carruso, Todd Dworshak, Brian Mazcko. 



SWIMMING/119 



TEE TIME 



The Bedford Golf Team will draw on the experience 
gained from this season's efforts to improve their season 
next year. Tom Hagerty will take the leadership role as 
next year's captain. Tom's play was the bright spot of the 
season and he along with Chris Macintosh will try to guide 
the younger players to greater heights. Dave Greelish, Neil 
O'Brien, and John Pecora will be depended upon for shoot- 
ing lower numbers and the freshmen group has the enthusi- 
asm and talent to improve overall performance. A positive 
attitude has been a hallmark of this team and Coach Reyn- 
olds feels the D.C.L. will have something to contend with 
next year. 










1 Team Leader Tom Haggerty practices his shots. 2. Nc 
O'Brian, Luke Mclnnis, John Pecora, and Lee Parnell watc 
Brett Carey tee off. 3 Golf Team: (left to right); Front ro« 
Jayson Gilberti, Tom Haggerty, Chris Mcintosh, Keith Molina: 
Lee Parnell. Second row: John Pecora, David Greelish, Nc 
O'Brian, Luke Mclnnis, Brett Carey, Coach Reynolds 



120/GOLF 



FIRE! 




Captain Matt Urquhart going for the bulls eye. 2. David 
'ant listens to an Inspirational song- "Shoot the monkey." 

Bernie Snee aims carefully. 4. Anne Macklin set to fire. 5. 
Ifle team: (left to right); Front row: Doug Ardito, Robert 
irey, Greg Pike, Bob Sullivan, Bernie Snee. Second row: 
ive Trant. Chris demons. Captain Matt Urquhart, Anne 
acklin, Anthony Paglia, Coach Fichera. 



The Rifle team did not not do as well as expected. The 
potential was there, but despite the effort, the team was 
unable to pull their act together during the short winter 
season. The team did, however, end the season by defeat- 
ing Braintree in a decided victory of 855 to 804. 

Riflery is an activity which requires full concentration 
plus a shooting ability which improves with experience. It is 
for this reason that Coach Fichera believes the inexperience 
of the Bedford team proved costly when shooting against 
teams which were older and more experienced. Next year's 
team will have the experience and the ability to do well. 



RIFLE/121 



NO FOUL SHOTS 







I. Kerry McGouern goes up for two of her one thousand points, 2. Kristin 
Dougherty out jumps her Wayland opponents 3. Varsity Basketball: (left to 
right); Front row: Jen Dyson, Jenny Maxon, Captain Kerry McGovern, Captain 
Kristin Dougherty. Lucy McGovern. Second row: Coach Norton, Heather Bens 
ley, Laura Maxon, Kim Alcaide, Kathy McGouern, Caroline Ennis. 4. Jr. Varsity 
Basketball: (left to right); Front row: Jennifer Moreau. Meg Ralston, Kathy 
Doughty, Caroline Ennis, Christina Allen. Second row: Sheryl Petrecca, Laura 
Maxon, Heather Bensley, Christine Sword, Alice Spencer 5. Jen Dyson is set to 
shoot. 6. Jen Dyson in the perfect jump shot form. 7. Senior Lucy McGouern. 8. 
Coach Norton relays his strategy to the team. 9. Kerry McGovern mentally 
prepares for the next half. 10. Sophomores Heather Bensley and Kim Alcaide 

II. Kathy McGovern receives the ball. 



122/BASKETBALL 




Under the new direction of Coach Greg Norton, the girls' 
varsity basketball team met the expectations of everyone with 
their tremendous winning season. Led by six returning letter- 
men co-captains Kerry McGovern and Kristin Dougherty, Jen 
Dyson, Jenny Maxon, Lucy McGovern, and Kim Alcaide, the 
team hustled, pressed, shot, and stole their way to a strong 
finish in the Dual County League. Adding further depth to the 
team were underclassmen Kathi McGovern, Laura Maxon, 
Caroline Ennis, and Heather Bensley, each of whom made 
significant contributions to the team's success. 

In their drive towards qualifying for the State Tournament, 
the Bucs had many highlights. In addition to big wins over 
Newton-South and the always competitive Acton-Boxboro, 
the team pulled out a close game in the final minutes against 
Concord, a game in which 4-year varsity player Kerry McGov- 
ern scored her 1,000th point. McGovern, as well as team- 
mates Jen Dyson and Kristin Dougherty, were also named to 
the DCL All Star Team. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



Bedford 


23 


37 


Wayland 


Bedford 


35 


58 


Boston Latin 


Bedford 


22 


53 


Concord 


Bedford 


46 


53 


Newton South 


Bedford 


36 


53 


Weston 


Bedford 


41 


51 


Acton 


Bedford 


34 


58 


Lincoln Sudbury 


Bedford 


19 


70 


Wayland 


Bedford 


27 


53 


Boston Latin 


Bedford 


39 


67 


Concord 


Bedford 


49 


79 


Newton South 


Bedford 


37 


60 


Weston 


Bedford 


24 


54 


Acton 


Bedford 


33 


53 


Stoneham 


Bedford 


33 


78 


Tewksbury 


Bedford 


36 


65 


Wilmington 


Bedford 


50 


50 


Dracut 


Bedford 


36 


36 


Lincoln Sudbury 


Bedford 


40 


40 


Nashoba 




I 




1. David Bauman keeps the ball from the Concord 
player. 2. Russ Smith tries to get to the ball before his 
opponents. 3. Taavo Godfredson tries to use scare 
tactics. 4.Captain Scott Smith stretches for the ball. 





124/BOYS' BASKETBALL 



HAVING A BALL 





Although the boys' basketball team did not have a winning 
season, ^ey did provide some exciting home games for an at 
times rambunctious crowd. The Bucs shot, dribbled, and 
passed their way into the hearts of their fans. And despite their 
losing record, the Bucs did establish a strong base of upcoming 
players for next year's season. 

Unfortunately for the team they lost a few players midway 
through the season, thus reducing their rank to a mere seven. 
However, coach Greenwood pulled up Danny Callahan from 
the junior varsity, who then went on to keep the Bucs alive on 
the defensive boards. Some other standouts for the team were 
senior co-captain Scott Smith, with his tremendous defense 
and hustle, Taavo Godfredson, with his outside shots, and 
senior co-captain Mark Alcaide, who led the team in scoring 
and was selected to play in the league AU-Star game. 






1. Captain MarkAlcaide flies in for the point. 2. Russ Smith fights for the ball. 
3. Varsity Basketball: (left to right); Front row: Dave McGillick, Captain 
Scott Smith, Captain Mark Alcaide, Russ Smith, Harold Jones. Second row: 
Taavo Godfredson, David Bauman, Greg Crescenzi, Scott Birmingham, Ronel 
Mullen, Adam Erlich, Coach Greenwood. 4. Jr. Varsity Basketball: (left to 
right): Front row: Mike Oswald, Dave Concannon, Jayson Courtney, Dan 
Callahan, David Fox, John Buxton. Second row: Andre Taylor, Craig Minas- 
sian, Mark Johnson, Greg Melville. George McCullick, Scott Ricker, Coach 
Guy Larsen. 




BOYS' BASKETBALL/125 



STICK IT TO EM 




126/ HCXTKEY 







The Bedford High School Varsity Hockey team did not 
have an easy season. As of this writing, the team has a 
discouraging record of two wins, one tie, and eleven losses. 
The team had to fight for their wins. 

The team was led by Coach Lane as well as co-captains 
senior Mike Ferri and junior Tim Murray. The young hockey 
team consisted of only three seniors which may account for 
the tough season but it also insures a more seasoned team for 
next year. The members of the team endured the late night 
practices and put a solid effort into the season. Unfortunately, 
it did not show on the scoreboard. 



I 




1. Keith Molinari going in for a rebound. 2. Tom Porter shooting the puck at 
the net. 3. Chuck Mahar takes a rest. 4. Tom Porter making a move towards 
the goal. 5. Keith Molinari shoots for a goal. 6. Craig O'Brian trying to steal 
the puck. 7. Bedford offense drives in to shoot. 8. Tim Murray protects 
Bedford's goal. 9. Varsity Hockey: (left to right); Front row: Herman Rice, 
Chuck Mahar, John McCune, Mike Ferri, Tim Murray, Dana Harrison, Tom 
Porter, Keith Molinari. Second row: Tom Griffith, Peter Dion, Jim Colliton, 
Russell Harrington, Paul Conners, Ken Lord, Peter Duda, Mike Shamon, Ed 
Gardener, Craig O'Brian, Ryan Cardoos, Anthony Alves, Manager Teresa 
Caristi, Coach Mark Lane. 10. Coach Mark Lane, Captain Tim Murray, 
Captain Mike Ferri, Assistant Coach Tom Griffith. 



HOCKEY/127 



BORN TO RUN 



GIRLS' INDOOR TRACK 



Bedford 


25 


80 


Weston 


Bedford 


26 


49 


Acton 


Bedford 


43 


64 


Bishop Penwick 


Bedford 


51 


23 


Newton South 


Bedford 


42 


51 


Marian 


Bedford 


46 


60 


Boston Latin 


Bedford 


32 


53 


Wayland 


Bedford 


26 


81 


Lincoln Sudbury 



This was a building year for the Girls' Indoor Track team. It 
was their first year as an official member of the Dual County 
League. It was also Mrs. Sullivan's first year coaching the track 
team. She did an excellent job and is a well respected coach as 
well as an excellent runner. Even though the team's record 
wasn't perfect, they still put on a good show for such a small 
and new team. 

The newcomers helped out a lot, one of the more outstand- 
ing ones being Laura Dmochowski. Hopefully more girls will 
come out for next year's team, therefore improving the team. 

Winter Track has many rewards but running in below freez- 
ing weather and getting up early for Saturday meets were not 
the favorite aspects of the sport. 

The seniors of the team were Pam Beckwith, Yael Kupiec, 
Lynne Carroll, and Sue Melville. Lynne Carroll and captain 
Sue Melville qualified for the state meet. 

Track is a good way to excel in an atheletic activity, meet 
people, and, of course, to lose weight. The team is looking 
forward to an even better season next year. 





I28/INDOOR TRACK 



1. Famous long distance runners Lynne Carroll and Greg Swider. 2. Sue Melville leading th 
pack, as always. 3. Andrea Abbott exhibits her bruet strength in the shot put. 4. Indoo 
Track: (left to right); Front row: Coach Maureen Sullivan, Brad Hamby, Captain Jami 
Harden. Lynne Carroll, Mike Callender. Captain Sue Melville, Captain Neil Amidon, Captai 
Greg Swider. Second row: Coach Jake Sullivan, Bruce Park, David O'Neil, Peter Stamatf 
kos, Brian Snelson, Steven Bishop, Sam White, Chris Massa, Yael Kupiec. Third row 
Coach Gerry Decapua, Don Campbell, Gary Kleinman, Andrea Abbott, Patty Scirafa, Mar 
Jean Papalia, Terry Poole, Sharon Beardslcy, Eric Anderson, Laura Dmochowski, Mariann 
Abbott, Kathy McGovern, Tamar Kupiec, Roger Gaul, Bob Hanlcy, Darrell Hansen, De 
Kennedy. 




A RUN OF LIFE 





Why be cold? Why be wet? Why be sweaty? Why get Illio 
Tribial Band Syndrome? Why act sick? Why strain yourself? 
Most of all, why run track? Because these students are the self- 
proclaimed misfits of society who aren't good enough for 
hockey, basketball, swimming or the rifle team. 

After all, with nicknames like "Squid" "Sweet Pea", 
Greece Ligntning", and "Nell Snudon", one can tell what kind 
of people these students are. Luckily, however, they have 
swell coaches like Gerry "The Jokester" DeCapua and Jake 
Sullivan who were able to mold these lifeless lumps of flesh 
into streamlined running machines. Missing a few vital ele- 
ments which make up the undefeated compound, the team 
finished with a very respectable record of 6-2 and a third place 
finish in the All League Meet. Outstanding efforts for the team 
were by Mike Callender in the mile and tri-captain Greg Swider 
in the 2 mile, who held the '85-'86 DCL indoor records, and 
the state-qualifying performances of tri-captains Neil Amidon 
and Jamie Harden, Phil Lawrence, Sam Whike, Peter Stama- 
takos (the DCL's fastest hurdler), David O'Neil, Chris Massa, 
and Don Campbell. 

The team certainly gained something from their dedication 
and devotion; their experience might be termed as a run of 
Life. They trained hard for competition so that they could 
compete for the glory of the school they love . . . BHS. 



1. Senior Brian Snelson is off the blocks. 2. 
Peter Stamatakos performing his world ren- 
ouned high jump. 3. Seniors Mike Callender 
and Brad Hamby. 4. Dan Kennedy strains 
over the hurtle. 



INDOOR TRACK/129 



. Mr. .* 



SPRINGING BACK 




Setting their sights on at least two wins during the winter 
season, the girls' gymnastic team achieved this goal by 
defeating Winthrop and Wilmington, leaving the team with 
a 2-9 record. With the instruction of coach Sue Holzberlein 
and support of co-captains Christine Martell and Carol 
McCIatchey, the girls worked at new and more complex 
moves for their routines, resulting in steadily improving 
scores for the individual team members. 

This year, the strength of the team came from the six 
seniors: Christine Martell, Carol McCIatchey, Renata Pom- 
poni, Josie Rodriguez, Veronica Welch, and Lauren Heg- 
gested, with Renata Pomponi and freshman Angela Corea 
competing as all-arounders. Overall, with the return of 
many underclassmen, and the presence of the incoming 
freshmen, the team had a very rewarding season, as their 
dedication and energy was very apparent in their improve- 
ment over the length of the season. 




1. Renata Pomponi displays perfect balance on the beam, 

2. Veronica Welch practices her floor routine. 3. Christine Mar- 
tell pauses during her uneven bar performance. 4. Carol 
McCIatchey exhibits grace on the mats. 5. Gymnastics: (left 
to right); Front row: Captain Christine Martell, Captain Carol 
McCIatchey. Second row: Assistant Coach Bailey, Chrissy 
Schaeneman, Lisa Goodale. Kristin Thompson, Laura Martell, 
Heather Urquhart, Coach Holzberlein. Third row: Angela 
Corea, Veronica Welch, Natalie Whitcomb. Fourth row: Ren- 
ata Pomponi, Lauren Heggestead, Mandy Telford, Josie Rodri- 
guez, Joan Weinfurt. 



130/GYMNASTICS 




IT'S SNOW JOKE 





The '85-'86 ski season proved to be one of achievement and improve- 
ment. Under the direction of coaches Helen Folweiler and Dale Wilson, 
and Quad-captains Brad Hamby, Doug Elder, Robin Folweiler, and Lisa 
Linz, the team trained hard all season. 

The team consists of two subteams-downhill and cross-country. Skiers 
may choose to compete in both or to specialize. Downhill skiers tend to 
race both, even though it is not required, as it has been the past two 
seasons. The downhillers can use cross-country to help them to earn a 
varsity letter. 

The girls' cross-country team has had an outstanding season. On one 
given race day the team competes against five other towns. It was in the 
second race where the girls' moved from their previous fifth place stand- 
ing to third. This years team was led by Robin Folweiler, Meredith Evans, 
and Jennifer Sutton. 

The boys' cross-country team is led by Matt Mazzotta, Robert Hauge, 
Eric Larson, and Brad Hamby. The boys' team has had a difficult season 
due mainly to the lack of size and experience. Many of the skiers were 
recruits from the downhill team and also were first-time cross-country 
skiers. Also the absence of Elder due to illness had a negative effect on the 
team since he was one of their top skiers. 

On February 12th the cross-country team sent ten racers to the state 
meet in Worthington. Representing the girls' team were Folweiler, Evans, 
Sutton, Linz, and Kirsten Ebersole. Racing for the boys' were Mctzzotta, 
Hauge, Larsen, Hamby, and Eric Nibiack. 

The downhill team had a season marked by improvement. The return- 
ing team members showed improved preformances, while some of the 
newcomers proved to be very strong competitors. 

Some of the outstanding skiers were Hamby, Eric Larsen, and Gene 
Holnstead. Folweiler, newcomer Dana Larsen, and Susan Clancy were the 
top scorers for the girls'. 



1. Cross country skier Eric Nibiack attacks the snow. 2. Robert Hauge and 
Matt Mazzotta push to the end. 3. Coach Folweiler and Coach Wilson. 4. 
Robin Folweiler flies through the field. 

Ski Team: (left to right); Front row: Meredith Evans, Adrienne Tsang, Jen 
Sutton, David Clancy, Anne Ricci, Captain Robin Folweiler. Second row: 
Eric Nibiack, Robert Hauge, Matt Mazzotta, Captain Lisa Linz, Linda Ricci, 
Melanie Edwards, Robin McArdle, Kim Farmer, Susan Clancy, Coach Helen 
Folweiler. Not photographed: Suzy Asbedian, Robin Bailey, Julie Brill, 
Emily Carr, Kirsten Ebersole, Kim Gorgens, Karen Holmstead, Dana Larsen, 
Tracy McArdle, Alissa Millman, Suzy Shapiro, Boris Boruchovich, Mike De- 
Mattio, Captain Doug Elder, Chris Farmer, Jeff Garibotto, David Greelish, 
Captain Brad Hamby, Chris Hamby, Gene Holmstead, Sommola Khoxayo, 
Rich Kramer, Chris Landrigan, Eric Larsen, Paul St. Amour, Mark Thomas, 
Jamie Welsh, Charlie Winters. 



SKIING/131 



SHE MADE 1000! 

On February 7, 1986, Kerry McGovern became 
the first girl in the history of Bedford High 
School to reach the 1,000 point plateau in basket- 
ball. The stage was set with Kerry's twenty point 
performance in a win over Newton-South. Thus 
leaving her with only nine points between her 
and the 1,000 point milestone. As the gym filled 
with over 300 eager and enthusiastic students, 
parents, and other spectators, the tension contin- 
ued to mount. While the Bucs went on to win in a 
come-f rom-behing victory over Concord, the def- 
inite highlight came midway through the third 
period when Kerry stripped a Concord player of 
the ball and drove to the basket, sinking points 
999, and 1,000. All play was stopped as Kerry was 
presented with the game ball by past coach Joe 
Patuleia. 

Congratulations Kerry! We've proudly 
wathced your achievements these past four years, 
and we all and admire what you've done. 



1. A cake given to Kery for her success in basketball. 

2. Kerry, are you a little excited? 

3. Amy Bruno, Tricia Conway, Carolyn Soderstrome, Chris- 
tine Montgomery, Lori McNeany, and Kerry McGovern take 
time out of gym class for a picture. 

4. Mrs. Sullivan presents Kerry with her congrat's cake. 

5. Kerry and Pam Beckwith on their way to class. What 
devotion! 




133/Sports 





^ W( 

/ ^ 



wenty years from now when you think back to "the good old days/' what will you remember 
most about your high school years? Will it be the law of cosines? The date of the Battle of 

Hastings? The twenty lines 
of Julius Caesar that you 
memorized for English class? 
Probably not. You will be 
more likely to remember the 
musical comedy, writing for 
the newspaper, or the solo 
you finally learned in jazz en- 
semble. Other memories may 
arise about the Citizenship 
Committee carwash, acting 
in the Tournament of Plays, 
competing in powder puff 
football, or any number of 
enjoyable activities you have 
been involved in throughout 
your high school years. 

None of these activities is 
required for graduation. Why 
do so many BHS students get 
involved, then? Well, partici- 
pating in any one of these ac- 
tivities is good as a distrac- 
tion from the academic side 
of school. The friends you 
meet through these activities 
are another good reason for 
being involved. How to get 
along with others is a very 

important lesson learned from any of these groups, from majorettes to Debating Club. You learn to 
give and take with people, a skill not taught in many classrooms. 

STUDENT LIFE/133 




1. Tracy Hector, Michelle Hirsch, Jessica Meyers, Robin Hannon, and Sharon Wachsler take a 
break at rehearsal. 2. Boots are popular footwear in BHS. 3. Rob Meffan, Russ Smith, Ronnie 
Byrd, Mike DeMattio, and Ty Tyer relax at lunch. 4. Steve Bishop and Mike Callender offer 
school food to Neil Amidon. 5. Mandy Telford and Tiffany Whitcomb discover how the other 
side lives. 6. Content with himself is Jay Smith, 7. Seniors are children at heart, (Left to right) 
Front row. Heather McGilvary, Chris Martell, Mike Kenney, Laurie Ardolino, Crystal Murphy. 
Second row: Kara Flynn, Allyson McLaughlin, Seamus Garrett, Helen Perkinson, Dave O'Neil, 
Debbie O'Neil, Jennifer Maxon. 






Being involved with the music deportment 
OS o member of choir or ensembles con prove 
to be challenging and rewarding. The lorgest 
vocol group is the choir, o distinguished group 
of about sixty mole and female voices. This 
group meets every other day. Going into the 
clossroom these people ore individuals, how- 
ever they display their tolent ot the many 
concerts during the yeor as a united group. 
Involving much hard work, the preparation 
for the POMS fall and spring concerts, the 
Holiday Concert ond this year's musical come- 
dy, "Dye, Bye Birdie" is a lot of fun. 

Also under the direction of Keith L. Phinney 
is the high school ensemble. This group of girls 
joins the choir for the holiday and spring con- 
certs. Like the choir, ensemble meets every 
other doy. 

1 The Bedford High School music selections lie oround 
waiting to be used. 2 Having fun while waiting to hove 
their picture taken ore Tracey Manning and Lio Wheeler. 
3 Julie Hunt, Bridget Linehon, Louro Fairbanks, and No- 
thon Seors hong around while waiting for the concert to 
begin. 4 Ensembles Firsr Row Michelle Pitts, Kim Murphy, 
Noncy Domery, Sandy MacDonald, Jennifer Weisz. Chris- 
fine Mortell, Leslie Corroll. Jen Kimmins, ond Kothy Sut- 
ton. Second Row Tracey Hector, Beth Goodpaster, Potti 
Sciaraffo, Debbie Boudreau, Linh Doan, Joan Weinfurt, 
Laura Fairbanks, Bridget Linehon, and Julie Hunt. Third 
Row Cindy Rivinius, Amy Roberts, Anne Boffo. Meredith 
Evens, Laura Besse, Becka Thomas, Aruna Goel, Lori Che- 
polis, ond Jockie Mitchell. Fourth Row Pam Looney, 
Heother Wilson, Anne Ricci, Bonnie Mosco, Andrea Cos- 
serly, Ambriel Rosenberg, Soro Somerset, Pom Miller, 
Kelly O'Meoro, Louro Carlson, Angela Corea, Suzy Segal, 
ond Ann Bruha. 5 Choir Firsr Row Stephanie Hirsch, Chris- 
tine Montgomery, Tricio Conway, Allyson McLaughlin, 
Karen Cierpiol, Heather McGilvray, Veronico Welch, ond 
Brendo McMohon. Second Row Mr. Phinney, Jennifer 
Lund, Emily Corr, Leoh Benson, Kathy Doughty, Meg 
Gurley, Christine Linz, Cheryl Millmon, Crystal Murphy, 
Joonna Jeonnotte, ond Saro Kostishock. Third Row Lore 
Fields, Nancy Woodford. Chrisfino Hopkins, Mory Jean 
Popalia, Jessico Meyers, Christina Horton, Roxonne Han- 
non, Lynda Blair, Robin Honnon, Tracey Manning, Lie 
Wheeler, ond Christine Sullivon. Fourrh Row Seomus Gar- 
rett, Peter Sfomotokos, Kothy McGovern. Karen Holm- 
steod, Christine Anderson. Gretchen Gerbrands, Robin 
McArdle. Jill Costello, Linda Ricci, Debbie Dalrymple, Eri- 
ko McGilvroy. Polly Sonford, Paul Cameron, and Russ 
Degregory,. Ffrh Row Chuckle Gerbronds, Nothon Sears, 
Chris Naugler, Rick Docey. Mike Stein, Jim Lorkin, Corl 
Theobald. Brett Corey, Jim Patin, Bill Lorkin, Robert Flores, 
Robert Corey, ond Rick Hollis. 



134/CHOIR-ENSEMBLES 






Out 
Loud 



The Madrigal and Double Sextette are two 
of the favorite groups which perform at Bed- 
ford High School's concerts. They include a 
variety of select voices ond require auditions 
for membership. Madrigal meets in school ev- 
ery other day while the sixteen girls of Dou- 
ble Sextette reheorse ofter school two days o 
week. The versatile Madrigal group, perform- 
ing a wide variety of musical styles from 
many different time periods, participates in 
the school's concerts, with the option of being 
in the spring musical. In addition to the con- 
certs, the Double Sextette also performs for 
various groups and organizations in the sur- 
rounding area. 

1 Double Sexrerre Firsr Row Allyson McLoughlin, Tricio 
Conwoy, Susan Hawkins, Heather McGilvroy, Nicole Cas- 
sidy, ond Drendo McMahon. Second Row Jennifer Lund, 
Soro Kostishack, Jessica Meyers, Julie Mann, Sheila 
McCravy, JoAnne McDonough. Erika McGilvroy, Kothy 
McGovern, and Angela Goutier. 2 Modrigol Firsr Row 
Heother McGilvroy, Susan Hawkins, Drendo McMohon, 
ond Nicole Cossidy. Second Row Camilla Ericson, Julie 
Mann, JoAnne McDonough, Sheila McCrovy, and Mondy 
Telford, and Angela Gaufier. Third Row David Gage. 
Richord Docey, Chris Nougier, and Russell DeGregory. 
Fourth Row Robert Sullivan, Peter Coreo, Terry Lee, ond 
Tom Welch. 3 Tricio Conwoy ond Sheilo McCrovy hove o 
stirring conversation before the Christmas concert. 4 Ally- 
son McLoughlin, Sheila McCrovy, Tricio Conwoy, and Jen- 
nifer Lund ore quite o quartet. 



MUSIC/135 




The Wind Ensemble, directed by Mr. Paul K. 
Smith, is the only honors level major in ony of 
the non-Qcodemic deportments. Because of its 
limited enrollment level, it is a very select 
group and contains many of the top musicians 
of Bedford High. In addition to preparing for 
their own performances in the Winter Band 
ond Spring Concerts, members form the core 
of the Marching Band, Jozz Ensemble, Pit, and 
Orchestra. Undaunted by the daily 45 minute 
rehearsal, the talented students, who excel 
on every instrument from trumpet and tuba to 
oboe and bassoon, can often be found prac- 
ticing after school, either on their own or in 
smoll trios ond quartets. Their strong dedico- 
tion to music has produced incredible rendi- 
tions of such demonding pieces as "Procession 
of Nobles" by Rimsky Korsakov ond "An 
American in Paris" by Gershwin. With diversi- 
ty ranging from classical to modern pop, the 
Wind Ensemble never foils to give on excep- 
tionally outstanding performonce thot cap- 
tures the hearts as well os the admiration of 
their audience. 

1 Wind Ensemble, (left to right): Firsr Row Meg Gurley, 
Mory-Jeon Popalia, Nicole Picord, Terry Poole, Yoel Ku- 
plec, Noncy Woodford, Mork Johnson, Jennifer Lund, 
Carolyn Matthews, Leah Denson, Lyndo Dloir. Second 
IXow Pat Kelliher. Devin Hale, Mike Kenney, Terry Lee, 
Mondy Telford, Adorn Eriich, Sheila Feltmon, Donno Ste- 
fonidakis. Third Row Dob Huffmon. Dovid Gage, Elizabeth 
Colboth, Michelle Gonzalez, Eric Anderson, Christi-Anne 
Costro, Renata Pomponi, Linda RiccI, Heother Franklin, 
Corol McClatchey, Drenda McMahan. Fourrh Row Joanne 
McDonough, Suzanne Wright, Mike Stein, Trocey Mon- 
nlng, Vickl Lee, Julie Durkin, Eriko McGilvary, Scott Udell, 
Peter Corea, Paul K. Smith. 

2. Linda Ricci stays In beat. 

3. Lynda DIair, the clarinetist, constantly tries to excel. 

4. The honds of music. 




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136/WIND ENSEMBLE 





Kt Up? 



One of the most exciting groups In the DHS 
music deportment is the jozz ensemble. This 
group is comprised of twenty-five talented 
musicions primarily from the Wind Ensemble. 
The Jozz Ensemble, which has o more re- 
laxed atmosphere than the Wind Ensemble, 
performs ot many events, including the win- 
ter and spring concerts. This performance 
group gives mony students the opportunity to 
write and perform solos. Under the direction of 
Mr. Smith, this assembly of trumpets, saxo- 
phones, tubas, bass, guitor, and percussion 
puts together an owesome display of blues, 
jozz, contemporary and big bond rythms. 

1 Renato Pomponi ploys intently. 2 Rob Huffman waits 
for his cue. 3 Terry Lee reocts to the girl talk of Drenda 
McMohon, Mandy Telford, Sheila Feltmon. and Noncy 
Woodford. 4 Jazz Ensemble, Dock row (left to right): Scott 
Udell, Peter Coreo, Dob Huffman, David Gage. Second 
row Mike Stein, Vicki Lee, Pat Kelliher, Devin Hale, Mike 
Kenney, Terry Lee, Mandy Telford, Jennifer Lund, Eliza- 
beth Colboth. Firsr row Mr. Paul K. Smith. Renata Pom- 
poni, Christ! Anne Castro, Eric Anderson, Carol McClat- 
chey, Adom Eriich, Drenda McMohon, Sheila Feltmon, 
Lynda DIair. Michelle Gonzalez, Linda Ricci (sitting). 



JAZZ ENSEMBLE/137 




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The largest instrumental group in Bedford 
High, the Concert Bond, is slightly smoller this 
year in comporison to years post. However, 
the group's enjoyment in ploying has not di- 
minished, especially with Mr. Smith as the 
conductor. Meeting every other day. Concert 
Bond ploys a variety of music, ranging from 
marching band music to musical suites. The 
group performs in the Winter and Spring Con- 
certs, in all of the parades, in Concert on the 
Green, and at Graduation, os well as having 
the option to be a member of Marching Band. 



1 Concerr Done (left to right) Fourrh Row Dryon Jackson, 
Adorn Bold, Dovld Conconnon, Andrew Spouford, Donny 
Kennedy, Bob Honley, Beth Goodposter, bond director- 
Paul K. Smith. T'^'C Row, Kofhy McGovern, Crisfino 
Hoston, Kathy Donaldson, JoAnne McDonough. Brendo 
McMohon, Jennifer Lund, Ryon Cordoos, Ty McNeer, Joy 
Anderson, Lisa Gette. Chris Anderson, Second Row Amy 
Goddort, Sharon Beordsley. Heather Bensley, Louro Dmo- 
chowskl. Potty Schroffo, Bob Sulllvon, John Plcora. Gory 
Wodden, Lyndo Blair, Dona Lorsen. Gretchen Gerbronds. 
Firsr Row Amy Goddort, Shorron Beordsley, Christina Hop- 
kins, Tonyo Kirklond, Karen LIpczer, Cormillo Ericson, An- 
gela DeTorre, Soro Kostishack, Sury Shapiro. 2 Mr. Smith 
doing whot he does best. 3 Dione Olsen and Karen 
LIpczer tuning up. 4 John Picoro, Heather Bensley, Sharon 
Beordsley, Amy Goddord and Gory Wodden proctice 
their music. 




138/CONCERT BAND 




IHI 

Although it is one of the less visible musical 
groups at Bedford High School, the Orchestro 
hos undergone tremendous improvement in 
the quality of its performance in the post four 
years. Under the direction of Mr. Richord Ha- 
gar, the group is composed of violin, viola, 
cello and string bass ployers who join select 
musicians from the Wind Ensemble to perform 
in the Christmas and Spring Concerts. Howev- 
er, since 1985, the String Orchestra alone has 
produced enough talent to conduct a separot- 
ed Chamber Music Festival each Moy. The 
difficult pieces that were formerly beyond the 
capabilities of the students are now easily 
within their grasp. Compositions by such fam- 
ous composers as Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, 
and Handel were diligently prepared to de- 
light this year's audiences, and to further 
demonstrate the Orchestra's great potential 
for future growth. 



Orchesrro (left to right) Fronr row Renoto PomponI, Christl- 
Anne Costro, Luke McGlnnls. Mike Stein. Tifflny Whlt- 
comb. Tqqvo Godfredson, Shannon Derry. Robert Flores, 
Corl Theobald. Second row Anne Mocklin. Natalie 
Welker, Suzy Asbedlon, Nicole PIccard, Yoel Kuplec. TerrI 
Poole, Shello Feltmon, Lynda DIoIr, Eric Anderson, VIckl 
Lee, Michelle Gonzalez, Carol McClofchey. Third row Phil 
Lowrence, Decky O'Donnell, Tomor Kuplec, Mandy Tel- 
ford, Mike Kenney, Devin Hale, Pat Kelllher, Julie Durkin, 
Joanne McDonough, Suzanne Wright. Fourrh row Elizo- 
beth Colboth, Dan Kennedy, Dob Huffman, Dob Sullivan, 
Peter Coteo, Richard Hoggor. 



1 These are the staples of the orchestra. 3 Mr. Hagar 
conducts the orchestra. 4 A music stand owolting it's 
musician. 



ORCHESTRA/139 




Mamchhim 

B AIMID) 



Bond direcfor Paul K. Smith's second season 
brought many exciting changes to the DHS 
Marching Band and helped the group to hove 
a very successful and memorable year. New 
blue and gold uniforms with Aussie-style hats 
ond white shoes instend of the old black and 
white suits transformed the band, giving 
them a look of polish and professionalism that 
was admired even by the opposing teams. In 
addition, the majorettes' colorful blue and 
white flogs provided a dramotic finish to the 
show's conclusion, Beethoven's "Ode to Joy. " 
Becouse of their success in achieving o more 
modern marching style, Mr. Smith hopes to 
expand this aspect of the program with the 
formation of an official flag squad in the next 
few years. 

Unlike past seasons, the 1985-1966 band 
performed almost entirely under student di- 
rection. Drum Majors Renata Pomponi and 
Rick Dacey proudly brought the bond onto 
the field and conducted them during exciting 
numbers like ""Material Girl," ""Axel F 
Theme," and "Big Noise from Winnetka." Be- 
hind the scenes, they took core of many of 
the small tasks necessary for a good show, 
such as setting up for rehearsal, taking atten- 
dance, straightening hots for uniform irispec- 
tlon, and announcing ""Please remove your 
cor from the back parking lot." 

Competition became a very rewarding ex- 
tension to the regular season as the Marching 
Bond captured two major titles. At the Abing- 
ton Bond Jamboree in November, Bedford 
came in second for small bands, receiving 
enthusiastic applause from a crowd of more 
than 3,000. A month loter, at the Quincy Holi- 
day Parade, the musicians won three presti- 
gious New England Scholastic Bond Associa- 
tion Champion third place awards, not just for 
the best band, but also for their outstanding 
Drum Mojors and percussion section. 

Although the band hod a great deal of fun 
performing in the Bedford Day and Concord 
250th Parades and during their Friday night at 
Boston's Quincy Market, the highlight of the 
year wos definitely the trip to "'Washington, 
D.C., in April for the 1986 Cherry Blossom Festi- 
val. The four day extravaganza was well- 
worth the ten hour bus ride and many days 
spent selling roffle tickets to raise money. 
One of only twenty-five bonds ocross the no- 
tion to be invited, the group proved itself 
once again to be the exciting and exception- 
al ""Marching Pride of Bedford" that will con- 
tinue to delight and impress audiences for 
many years to come. 





140/MARCHING BAND 





1 BHS Instrumentalists display a march 
of excellence. 2 The Marching Bond, Do- 
vid Kennedy. Rob Huffman, Jennifer 
Lund, Renata Pomponi, Rick Docey, 
Elizabeth Colbath, David Gage, Second 
Riow; Christine Anderson, Tracey Man- 
ning, Meg Gurly, Chris Hopkins, Comilia 
Erickson, Mory Jean Paplia, Leoh Den- 
son, Sharon Deardsley. Third Row, Lyn- 
da DIair, Donna Stefonidakis, Nancy 
Woodford, Linda Ricci, Erica McGilvray, 
Michelle Gonzales. Fourrh Row, Dob Sul- 
livan, Heather Fronklin, Corolyn Moth- 
ev/s. Sheila Feltman, Cristie-Anne Cas- 
tro, Nicole Picard. Fifrh Row, Kathy 
McGovern, Devin Hale, Pot Kelliher, 
Mork Johnson, Mandy Telford, Eric An- 
derson, Vicki Lee. Sixrh Row, Suzanne 
Wright, Carl Theobald, Peter Corea, 
Mike Stein, and Julie Durkin. 3 Mr. 
Smith intently watches the marching 
band as they rehearse their routine. 4 
Kathy McGovern, Julie Durkin, and 
Carolyn Matthews march to the beat of 
the drum. 5 The drums fake a break. 6 
Seniors of the marching band; Michelle 
Gonzales, Renata Pomponi, David 
Gage, Sheila Feltman, and Rick Dacey. 
7 Drum major, Renata Pomponi, gives 
a proud salute. 



MARCHING BAND/141 



Practicing throughout the summer months 
and into the school year, the majorette squad 
of twelve girls put endless hours into the per- 
fecting of their vorious routines. Leading the 
woy were the four seniors, co-coptians Carol 
McClatchey ond Chelby DIodgett, Sue Drohan, 
ond Josie Rodriguez, three of whom hove 
been majorettes for the post three years. Dur- 
ing the year the squod has greatly and visibly 
improved. 

Among the octivities for the majorettes. In 
addition to the Soturdoy football games, ore 
the Bedford Day Porade, Memorial Doy Pa- 
rade, ond the Concert on the Green. This 
year, unlike post yeors, the squad olso per- 
formed with the Marching Bond at Quincy 
Morket, the Concord Day Parade, the Abblng- 
ton Bond Jamboree, ond the Quincy Christ- 
mas Porade. The greatest honor was being 
one of the twenty-five marching bonds to 
perform In the 1986 Cherry Blossom Festival. 

The squad would like to extend a special 
thanks to Mr. Smith, Morching Bond Director, 
for oil of his support and guidance in prepar- 
ing new routines. 

1 The Majorettes in action of the homecoming gome. 

2 Chelby DIogett and Carol McClotchey ore the co-cop- 
toins of the mojorettes. 

3 Sue Drohan performing o majorette's donee during half 
time. 

4 The Mojorerres of 198586 Heother Corlfon, Corol 
McClofchy, Chelby DIogett, Josie Rodriguez; Sue Burns, 
Kristin Thompson, Tami Deecy, Gwen Moll; JoAnne 
McDonough, Susan Penney, Shelio McCrovy, Sue Drohan. 






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The bleachers of the gymnosium quickly 
filled OS the students arrived, each person 
going to the stands assigned to their class. As 
the band ployed, many of the students were 
asking questions concerning a variety of 
things. What was Mr. Petrillo going to pull this 
year? Who was that senior girl exhorting the. 
crowd with her yells, sign ond clever dis- 
guise? And, among freshmen, "Just what's 
going on anyway?" The period quickly 
passed as the various teams were presented, 
speeches delivered, and the cheerleaders 
and majorettes performed their carefully pre- 
pared routines. Finally this climax of Spirit 
Week reached its peak with the announce- 
ment of the five finalists for Homecoming King 
and Queen, the winners of which would be 
announced at the following day's eagerly 
anticipated homecoming game and at the 
homecoming dance. 

Then, later into the fall, Bedford High host- 
ed yet another Pep Rally, this time for the 
football team as they prepared to match up 
with old-time nemesis. Concord, in the tradi- 
tional Thonksgiving Day game. Due to some 
untimely rain the rally took place in the gym, 
rather than outside with the everpopular bon- 
fire. Many students and adults turned out for 
the rally, in addition to alumni who were 
checking in on their alma mater. 

1. The Soccer Cheerleaders trying to raise school spirit. 

2. Majorette Heather Corlton, clops with the crowd. 

0. Mellsso Gette ond the girls' cross country team p>artici- 
patlng In the pep roily. 

4. The Bedford Buccaneer Banner hanging in the gym. 




PEP RALLY/143 




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Providing another alfernotive to sports, the various clubs and 
committees of Bedford High oppeal to o wide variety of students. 
From the Moth League and Debating Team to the Legislative and 
Citizenship Committee, these organizations give different areas in 
which students of oil grades con excell and demonstrate their 
own abilities. 




YOUM 
CHEIMTHST 




The most exciting acodemic happening of the '85-'86 
school year was the founding of the Western Suburban 
Science League. Meeting with great success in this initial 
year, Bedford High's science team owes much of this 
achievement to the efforts of organizers Mr. Tingley, Mr. 
Palmer, and Mrs. Krueger. Eoch month they effectively 
search for and recruit students who have a talent in the 
specific events for thot month's competition. This Science 
Olympiad involves three various fields of science,- in Novem- 
ber the events were "Chemical Anolysis", "Trees", and 
"Bottle Music". Bedford did not do very well in these "trivial 
and irrelevant fields", to quote a member,- but in December, 
when "Bugs", "Topography", and "The Science Handbook" 
were the topics of this cut-throot competition, the Bedford 
team come through with a final showing of fifth place out of 
thirteen teams. Highlights included Neil "The Spider Man" 
Amidon leading the woy to o first place finish in "Bugs", 
with support from fellow co-captain, John Solomonides. 

This is one ocademic octivity which promises to grow in 
yeors to come, especially with the strong supporting cast of 
underclassmen. 





1 Orizenship Commlrree, (Left fo right) Front Row Adam Erllch, Neil O'Drii 
Rick Mollis. Dock l^ow Sollm Mohammed, Philip Lawrence, Tom Welch, 
Reinisch, Dove Gage. 2 Legislonve Commirree. (Left to right) Front Rci 
Jennifer Moreou, Cheryl Millmon. Christi-Anne Castro. Dock Row Ad«l 
Erllch, Courtney Chubb. Student Advisory Committee, (Left to right): M 
Urquhort, Adam Erllch. till Reinisch, Mork Guetersloh. 



144/ COMMITTEES 



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Dromo Club (Left to right) Firsr Row Christino Allen, Lynda Blolr, Dill Lorkin. Second 
Row: Lore Chepolis. Jim Lorkin. Julionne Durkin, Christi-AnneCosfro. Mott Huffman, 
Joanne McDonough. Third Row Advisor Ms. Giddis, Nicole Picord, Jackie Weicker, 
Linh Doon. Michelle Gonzolez. Sheila Feltmon. Renata Pomponi. Fourrh Row 
Neera Tanden, Jessico Meyers, Julie Drill. Dob Sullivon, Lauren Heggesfad. Orendo 
McMahon. Note Seors, Uli Reinisch, Julie Mann. Fifth Row Robert Flores, Russ 
DeGregory, Veronica Welch, Kellie Pease, Kim Trovers. Lesley Show. Sixth Row: 
Danny Kennedy. Carl Theobold. Jomes Pafon. Michelle Kenney, Leslie Fryer, 
Stephen Sycuro, Roberto Dronco, Lyz Goloni. 

Science League (Left to Right) Firsr Row Robin Folweiler. Corolyn Matthews, Neil 
Amidon, John Solomonides, Greg Crescenzi. Second Row Lisa Linz, Robert Huffman. 
Gory Kleimon. Eric Lorsen. Adom Eriich. Dorrell Hansen. Third Row Dovid Wood- 
ford. Louren Heggestod, Renota Pomponi, Sheila Fetlmon, Carol McClotchy. 

Debore Club, (Left to right): Neera Tanden, Tom Welch, Dorrell Hanson, Sue Cloncy. 
Missing: Adorn Eriich, 

Morh League, (Left to right) Firsr Row Cor! Theobold, Dove Gage, Stephen Donold- 
son. Second Row Dill Lorkin, Debro DoLrymple. Third Row Jackie Weicker. Nicole 
Picard. Natalie Weicker. 



CLUBS/145 



The Bedford High School chapter of the No- 
tionol Honor Society, on organization of ju- 
niors and seniors selected for their outstanding 
scholarship, character, service, and leader- 
ship, reached its thirtieth anniversary during 
the 1985-1986 school year. Over these thirty 
years the society has grown and become 
more active in the school and community. 
This year was no exception. 

In order to be eligible for NHS, a student 
must participate in a variety of activities as 
well as retain an 88 average. Once in the 
organization, the students provide services for 
the town ond school. These include selling 
coffee and doughnuts to the night school 
members, supporting a Thailand orphan, 
helping with Career Day, tutoring underclass- 
men, participating in the Heart Fund phon- 
othon, and helping out on Porent's Night. 

The National Honor Society tries to impress 
on its members the importance of working up 
to their potential as well as serving others. 




146/NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 











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1 The new members of the Notional Honor Society take 
the oath as guest speaker Mr. Ellingson. Mr. Duggan, and 
Mr. McCarthy listen. 2 Co-president Renafa Pomponi 
speaks on leadership. 3 The condles from the induction 
ceremony. 4 Members of NHS wotch as the inductees 
enter. 

5 Norionol Honor Sociery, Fronr row Yael Kupiec, Chris 
Massa, Steven Dishop, Jen Moxon, Denise Poganis, Doug 
Elder, Achintya Goel. Second row Christine Martell. Kris- 
ten Hocker, Lauren Heggestod, Renato Pomponi, Debbie 
O'Neil, Christine Linz, Uli Reinisch. Third row Rick Hollis, 
Chris Smith, Veronica Welch, Kristin Yotsko, Tracy McAr- 
dle, Nicole Cassidy, John Solomonides, Debbie Fiorino. 

6 Inductees, Fronr row Jill Costello, Lindo Ricci, Helen 
Clark, Robin Folweiler, Jennifer Koenig, Kothi McGovern, 
Laura Maxon, Corolyn Matthews, Jennifer Sutton. Second 
row Cristi Castro, Meg Gurley, Megan Ralston, Mondy 
Telford, Gory Kleiman, Jonathan Mann, Julie Monn, Car- 
ole Cooke. Third row Nathalie Weicker, Terry Poole, Chris- 
tina Allfen, Karen Hill, Adrienne Tsong, Karl Hanf, Tom 
Wentworth, Greg Crescenzi. Fourrh row Tom Welch, Dor- 
rell Honson, Matthew Huffman, Scott Udell, Eric Anderson, 
Adam Erilch, Anthony St. Amour. 

7 Co-presidenr Doug Elder. Secrerory Debbie O'Neil, Trea- 
surer Chris Mosso, Advisor Mr. McCarthy, Co-presidenr Ren- 
afa Pomponi. 8. Mr. Duggan hands the NHS cerfificote to 
inductee Carole Cooke. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY/147 




The Americon Field Service is o group that 
serves foreign students who wish to come to 
the United States to learn about our culture. In 
the past AFS has been successful, and this 
year has been no exception. 

AFS sponsors many fund raisers and octivi- 
ties to help enrich the program. Some of AFS's 
well-known fund raisers and activities ore the 
selling of the ever famous, great tasting pop- 
corn bags, the annual fruit sale in the spring, 
the flower sole, and International Weekend. 
International Weekend is one of the most 
enjoyable of AFS activities,- It's one weekend 
when all the AFS students living in local 
towns visit the Bedford AFS chapter to talk 
about their experiences. 

More importantly, however, these activi- 
ties help the AFS members to know the AFS 
student for that year. This year the student is 
Kruaval "Annie " Suteerachi from Bangkok, 
Thailand. 

Mrs. Rainis, who is the odvisor of AFS at 
Bedford High feels thot it is an exciting pro- 
gram for the adventurous student. The stu- 
dents in AFS who either go to a foreign coun- 
try or host a foreign student get a real 
in-depth feeling for language ond culture. 
AFS is a truly memorable experience! 



1 Annie being welcomed fo Bedford on Bedford Doy. 2 
Cristino Allen, Polly Sonford. Rene Holfzmon, ond Jill Cos- 
tello working in fhe AFS boofh on Bedford Doy. 3 AFS 
members 1985 86 First Row Robin Folweiler, Carolyn Mof- 
fhews, Lisa Linz, Meg Gurley, Eric Anderson Second Row 
Kirsfen Ebersole. Cristino Allen. Uli Reinish. Annie, Cheryl 
Millmon, Alice O Horo Third Row Mrs. Roinis, Linh Doon. 
Jill Cosrello, Notolie Weiker. Christine Mortell. Kristen 
Hocker, Michelle Hirsch, Beth Gulley, Phil Lawrence 
Fourth Row Adrienne Tsang, Alice Spencer. Karen Cier- 
piol. Jockie Weiker. Koro Flynn, Rene Holtzman, Eliso- 
befh Colboth, Suzy Asbedion, Julie Brill. Missing: Beth 
Goodposter, Potti Scioroffo, ond Neero Tonden. 







As I prepared to leave home to begin my 
AFS experience, my excitement wos succeed- 
ed by my onxiety. I could not imagine whot 
my life was going to be like, since there ore 
so many differences between my country, 
Thailand, and America, such as language, cul- 
ture, food, and so on. In the first few months, 
after I arrived, I felt so disoriented since I could 
not understand what people talked about nor 
could I express my feelings and the many 
other things I wanted to say. That's awful. But 
the positive things made me feel it was all 
worthwhile. 

I've tried to figure out why America and 
Thailand are so different. The reason that I 
con think so for is the different religions, and 
the way they ore taught. About 95% of Thai 
people ore Dudhist. Dudhism teaches us to be 
reserved, respectful and obligated. Conse- 
quently, the Thai people, especially the teen- 
agers, lives ore completely different from 
Americon teenogers. 

I really needed some time to adjust to 
American culture. However, there ore a lot of 
nice things with which I am impressed and 
would like to retain. I hod a wonderful Christ- 
mas which I never hod before. I got to ski 
which I hove no chance to do in Thailand 
since it's olwoys hot all year. I love iti I love 
everything that I hove gotten from my AFS 
experience, even though sometimes it is sad, 
especially when I am homesick. That's life! I 
hove experienced so many feelings for the 
first time. Now I know better obout the world 
"patient". My parents always tell me to be 
patient and everything will be fine,- now I 
know what they mean. 

Since almost everyone asked me " How do 
you like it here? ", I would to soy that "I love 
it!", and AFS tool! 



1 Annie, our AFS student. 2 Annie with her younger 
brother. 3 Annie and her host family, the Russo s. 



149/AFX 



Telemema 



Professionalism, that is whof Tele-Media hos been striving 
for this year. Since the start of the new morning show, DHS 
Todoy, the group has been searching for woys to make their 
show similar to the real news programs. 

The older members have been busy training recruits on 
the new equipment which wos received last year, and they 
hove had big success. There is also on addition to the faculty 
to help teach the students more about communications. 
Many changes have been made on the morning show, the 
male newscasters ore required to weor ties at times, and 
the jokes about school lunches hove been stopped. 

The special event for Tele-Media this year hos been the 
broadcasting of DHS Today over the cable system throughout 
the town of Bedford. If a student is absent from school, he 
con find out what is happening here by turning on the 
television. The Tele-Media crew has been improving the 
show successfully and therefore it makes our homeroom 
period more interesting. It is apparent that in the next few 
years Tele-Media will keep improving and hove the "pro- 
fessionol" show for which they ore striving. 




150/TELEMEDIA 






1 Robert Houge orranges the comero angle. 2 Telemedia (Left to right) Firsr 
Row Jackie Weicker, Gene Holmstead, Russ DeGregory, Veronica Welch, 
Roberta Branco, Kim Trovers. Lyndo DIoir, Drenda McMahon, Tracy Darber, 
Second R,ow Tom Welch, Mott Urquharf, Scott Udell, Dill Lorkin, Sheilo 
Feltman, Lesley Show. Mott Huffmon, Tim Glotfelter, Jodi Poyett, Tookie 
Whiting. Third n.ow Keith Acree, Scott Frozier, Uli Reinisch, Rob Hauge, Sue 
Hawkins, Nancy Woodford, Christi-Anne Castro, Note Sears, Suzy Asbedian, 
Mr. Young. Missing: Debro Dorymple, Dob Sullivan, Mike Geriek, Mark 
Guetersloh, Mark Carpenter, Todd Dworshak. 3 A V Sroff (Left to right) Front 
n.ow Eric Anderson, Scott Udell, Suzy Asbedian, Rob Houge. Bod-; Row Tim 
Glotfelter, Jodi Poyette, Russ DeGregory, Gene Holmsteod, Scott Frozier, 
Note Sears. 4 The mony tv's in the control room. 5 Video topes line the 
walls of Telemedia. 6 The view from the cameraman's eye. 



TELEMEDIA/ 151 



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Wmhteis 




It has been a long time since Bedford High has hod o 
real newspoper; however, o real school newspaper 
has developed. The current paper combines the cre- 
ative ond innovative talents of a large number of 
students at DHS. The product is a completely student- 
run newspaper that has token BHS by storm. 

The literary talent throughout the entire staff is im- 
pressive, in addition to the photograhic expertise of 
Scott Udell ond the artistic talents of Paul Harrington, 
Karl Honf, and Jeff Eagles. What the staff provides the 
reader through Forum is not only an entertaining and 
informative perspective of school events, but also car- 
ries on the tradition of Emit and Blue Newsby editorial- 
izing on world events. 

Parallax, the literary mogozine of Bedford High 
School, has hod a phenomenally successful year,- how- 
ever, this is par for course, for in the post two years 
Parallax has won awards in the New England and 
American Scholastic Press Associations contests. 

Parallax attributes its success to the hard work of its 
small group of dedicated staffers, including Jim Solomi- 
to.Uli Reinisch, and Lesley Show, who meticulously 
review the material to go into the magazine. It is not 
every poem, short story, photo, or picture submitted to 
Parallax that goes into it, for it is the staff's careful 
reviewing which has brought the mogozine its success 
this year. 

Mr. Desilets desesrves credit for his participation in 
putting together Parallax, in addition to the school 
classes who each donote $100 o year to the maga- 
zine. It is the support of the school which has mode 
Parallax on important port of the school and will con- 
tinue to moke it o success in the future. 




1 Porollax Sroff (left to right): Uli Reinisch, Jim Solomito, and Lesley Show. 2 Lori-Anc 
Corey ond Kim Murphy sell Porollax ot o football gome. 3 Forum Sroff (left to right): F 
row Dovid Clancy, Susan Cloncy, Adam Eriich, Tom Welch. Second row Tom Wentwor 
Dorrell Hanson, Andrea Abbott, Greg Crescenzi. Third row Stephen Donaldson. P' 
McAllister. 



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1 Donkey Dosketboll announces it's orrival. 2 Mr. Fichera 
dribbles the boll down fhe court. 3 Mr. Hogor's donkey 
looks o llftle drowsy. 4 Mr. Potulelo tries to hide the boll. 

Just when we thought DHS was getting a 
little dull, the football team decided to hold q 
donkey basketball game to stir up some ex- 
citement. That's right, the high school teach- 
ers battled it out against the combined team 
of elementary and middle school teachers on 
live donkeys! This "ossmine" gome was 
played according to the basic rules of basket- 
boll with one exception-the players were re- 
quired to ride on and shout from the backs of 
donkeys. As many teachers soon realized, 
this gome required some strength and a great 
deol of patience and guts; it was certainly 
much more difficult than it looked. 

This unusual event, which was held in the 
high school gymnasium, brought together 
fans of all ages in Bedford. It definately 
proved to be quite entertaining, for the audi- 
ence loved watching the teachers learn to 
expect the unexpected. Frustrations rose from 
all aspects of the gome. Not only did the 
players have to get the donkeys to move in 
the direction they wonted, but they also had 
to prove their expertise in shooting. By the 
end of the evening, new meaning had cer- 
tainly been given to the old saying "stubborn 
as a mule." 

In addition to the game itself, some other 
highlights were the half-time donkey-dia- 
perms contest and the demonstrated "poo- 
perscooping" expertise of Mr. Petrillo. But 
when all was said and done and the final 
buzzer had gone off, the high school teachers 
emerged with a well-deserved victory in a 
very memorable confrontation. 




DONKEY BASKETBALL/153 




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4 Powderpuff Team: Seniors: (firsr row) (left to right) 
Copfoins: Kirsten Ebersol, Krisfen Hocker, Second 
row Linda Pysczynski, Lynne Carroll, Karen Cer- 
piol, Koro Flynn, captain: Tracey McCardle, Sue 
Drohon, Laura Sullivan, Third Row Sue Sabetty, 
Sue Melville, Josie Rodriguez, Janet Lord, Dor- 
lene Simmons, Leslie Carroll, Diane Richords, 
Denise Scott, Lynn Hughes. Fourth Row Lori 
McNeony, Stephanie Katz, Jennifer Weisz, Kim 
Trovers, Christine Martell, Michele Pitts, Crystol 
Murphy, Lucy McGovern, Fifth Row Chelby Dlod- 
gett, Pam Dutro, Debbie Looney, ond Michele 
LIpcer. 5 BHS Juniors and Seniors are positioned 
at the line of scrimmage. A new type of donee is 
displayed by BHS powder puff teams. 1 Junior 
reom: Co-Coach, Herman Rice, Lori Fields, Erin 
Kelly, Maria Sorcia, Lisa Linz, Robin Foweiler, 
Second Row Co-Cooch, Todd Tyer, Ann Louise 
Couvee, Suzy Asbedian, Debbie Desontis, Kothi 
McGovern, Kim Taylor, Jen Koenig, Co-Coach, 
Mike Johnson. Third Row Co-Cooch, Barclay 
Scheick, Scott Burmingham, Corol Cooke, Loura 
Moxon, Corolyn Matthews, and Alice Spencer. 2 
Seniors Trocy McCardle and Kristen Hocker in 
action. 






SURPRISE!! 

Surprise! 

Do you remember hoving q day when 
nothing goes right. It's even twice os bod 
when you find yourself in the eyes of o cam- 
era. A camera con show proof of something 
not necessarily meant to be seen by anyone. 

Did "you" ever fall asleep in class, or were 
you the opposite- totally spastic . . . 

Being spostic is fun. Things that aren't usu- 
ally funny seem like a riot. So, please excuse 
us for our comments, for we are spastic!! 

(1) O.K. so who says that Sheila's asleep? (2) 
When you woke up, did you imagine being 
in outer space? (3) Now, I don't know what 
you're trying to prove Jeff, but are you hold- 
ing a hostage in the girls room, or are you 
being "held" hostage? (4) Just what exactly 
ore you trying to say Mrs. Hovsepian? (5) Is it 
possible that you have something stuck in 
your teeth Steve? (6) Its Debbie, but he's not 
really taking a picture of me, is he? (7) Jenni- 
fer, what in the world ore you doing? (8) Are 
you sure you want me to answer that? (Joe?) 
(9) Sorry, but I'd rather go to heaven. 




,c you LEAD A GOOD LIFE, 
''^ eW YOUR PRAYERS 

GO TO CHURCH, 
.KiO OR>NK. JACK DAN/EL'S 
ffil YOU DIE. YOU'LL GO in 
^NV^^^ LYNCHBURG 



LYNCHBURG 
TENNESSEE 



SURPRISE/155 



Of Play. 



Production night had arrived at last. People 
were rushing around frantically memorizing 
lines. The Tournament of Plays was held on No- 
vember 22, 1985 at the BHS auditorium. The 
plays were all equally well performed and the 
awards were divided amoung them. 

The Sophomores captured Best Play for "The 
Doctor in Spite of Himself", student directed by 
Uli Reinisch. Robert Sullivan captured the Best 
Actor award and Julie Hunt, as nervous as she 
was, won Best Newcomer. 

The Seniors finally won the awards they want- 
ed for years. Directed by Mr. (Doctor) Ben Max- 
well, they performed "Baby". Kim Travers por- 
trayal of baby gave her the Best Actress award, 
and her coach, Lesley Shaw, won Best Supporting 
Actress. Nate Sears as baby's grandfather won 
Best Supporting Actor. 

Best Ensemble was given to the Junior class for 
"I Thought I Saw Gypsies", co-directed by Mr. 
Smith and Mr. Phinney. The Freshman class per- 
formed "The Eden Echo", and were directed by 
Ms. Giddis. All the classes put on great perfor- 
mances for the largest audience ever. 




156/TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS 





1. Sophmores Jessica Meyers, Danny Kennedy, 
and Carl Theobald talk as Julie Hunt listens. 2. 
Junior Bill Larkin searches for the meaning of 
thank you notes. 3. Sophmores Julia Hunt and 
Bob Sullivan get congratulated by seniors Les- 
ley Shaw and Nate Sears. 4. Seniors Russ De- 
Gregory and Kellie Pease try to make Kim Tra- 
cers smile. 5. Freshman Michelle Kenney 
(center) scolds Lyz Calani and Ambriel Rosen- 
berg for saying "man". 6. The Sophmore cast, 
First Row: Robert Flores, Danny Kennedy, Carl 
Theobald, Bob Sullivan, Neera Tanden, Jessica 
Meyers; Second Row: Jackie Weicker, Julie 
Brill, Kathy McGovern, Lore Chiepolis, Nicole 
Picard, Director Uli Reinisch. Missing: Julie 
Hunt. 7. Juniors Jim Larkin and Matt Huffman 
fight as Bill Larkin, Lynda Blair, and Christi- 
Anne Castro look on. 8. Senior Kim Travers 
(sitting) is frightened of the adults, Myra Sza- 
chara, Russ DeGregroy, Kellie Pease, Sheila 
Feltman, and Veronica Welch. 



TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS/157 




pute: 

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"Won't you please buy just one more? It's for a 
very good cause ..." 

Sound familiar? Of course it does. You've heard 
those lines so many times that you have nightmares 
about them. You can recognize the approach of 
someone on a fundraising mission a hundred miles 
away, giving you ample time to think up an excuse 
not to spend your money. Don't deny it; we all have! 

Fundraisers really have become part of life at 
BHS. They started in Junior High when we were 
told to start saving up for our high school proms 
and graduation, so we sold magazine subscriptions. 
Our efforts were rewarded by prizes ranging from 
candy to radios. 

In high school we are hit from all directions to 
raise money. Class advisors, coaches, and club di- 
rectors are all telling us that we must sell, sell, sell. 
The problem is finding something that people will 
buy! 

Through the years, various classes and commit- 
tees have used fundraising items ranging from 
Christmas ornaments to raffle tickets to citrus fruit. 
One of the most popular items to sell is candy bars. 
After all, the way to our pockets is through our 
stomachs. 

If fundraisers are such an everyday part of our 
life, why do we have a hard time selling items? 
Probably because too many people won't buy any- 
thing. So do us a favor. Next time someone asks you 
to buy a green plastic kazoo or a Peruvian basket, 
ease his anxiety and buy one. Please . . . it's good for 
a good cause . . . 



BHS OFFICIAL 
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over the number of flowers they received. 2 
The sale goes onl 3 They look better before 
we get theml 4. DHS mugs and pennants are 
good for memories. 5 Computer doting took 
the school by storm. 6 Condy bars are the 
hottest Items. 



FUNDRAISERS/159 



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TTAFF 



Well, this years yearbook turned out to be a lot 
more work thon I had bargained for. But the long 
hours of endless hord work, the frustrations, ond the 
fun was well worth it. 

The staff was rather small, so it took us longer to do 
what was needed. Considering that, I'd say that we 
did a great Job. 

Thanks for all the potience ond friendship the staff 
gave me. This yearbook would never have been 
accomplished without the individuol effort of every- 
one who was involved, especially Mrs. Hovsepian, our 
yearbook advisor, and Mr. McCarthy too, our other 
advisor. 

Girls, always remember the good times we had 
while working with each other. I got to know most of 
you pretty well, and I wouldn't have missed if for the 
world! It wos fun trying to figure out how to do a 
loyout, how to copy fit, how to crop pictures, and 
more. Who can forget oil the McDonold's food we had 
on half days? Or how about Mrs. Hovsepian's expres- 
sion when she looked over some of the pictures we 
hod chosen! Try to remember everything we learned 
this year for "better" luck next year. Make those 
deadlines on time! 

Good luckl -Sandy 



1 Lynn Hughes, Teresa Tillman, Sandy Mocdonald. Denlse Pogonis. 
Potty Olsen, and Lindo Pyscznski on o yeorbook field trip. 2 Kellie 
Pease, Adrienne Tsang, Corole Cooke and Josfens representotive 
John Neister plon the cover. 3 Over the summer there wos o three 
day trip to Bryant College to leorn all about yeorbooks. 



YEARBOOK WRITERS 

Jenny Maxon, Debbie O'Neil, Neil Amidon, Greg 
Sv/ider. Renoto Pomponi. Louren Heggostod, David 
O'Neil, Veronica Welch, Trocy McCardle, Kara Whit- 
ing, Christine Mortell, Corol McClotchey, Uli Reinisch, 
Lindo Ricci, Jill Costello, Kim Trovers, Lisa LInz, Mark 
Alocoide, Adrienne Tsong, Kothy McGovern, Sue Mel- 
ville, John Corter, John Solomonites, Tereso Tillmon, 
Kellie Peose, ond Sondra Mocdonold. 

Contributors: Lynn Hughes, Lindo Pyscznski, Karen 
Hill, Veronico Welch, Pom Deckwith, Potty Olsen, 
Denlse Pogonis, ond Trocey Dorber. 




Sondy Mocdonald 
Editor-in-Chief 




Debbie O'Neil 

Winters Sports, Copy Editor 



Jenny Moxon 
Copy Editor 



160/SIGNUM STAFF 






Kellie Peose 
Edifor-in-Chief 





Carole Cooke ond Jennifer Koenig 
Assisting Editors 



Adrienne Tsong 
Business Editor 




Hectic is the only word to describe the mak- 
ing of this yearbook. Although we rushed to 
meet deadlines, many were missed. The staff 
started out large but quickly diminshed to 
seven permanent members. 

The juniors of the group are Adrienne 
Tsang, Carole Cooke, and Jennifer Koenig. 
Adrienne worked on the business section of 
the yeorbook by herself. Lost I knew she was 
having a nervous breakdown. Jennifer and 
Carol were assistant editors who helped us a 
lot. Next year they ore in charge and I wish 
them oil the luck. 

There were four seniors on the stoff this 
year. Jenny Maxon was the Copy Editor. Her 
job was to make sure we had the articles for 
the book. Jen did a great job and I enjoyed 
working with her. Debbie O'Neil was also a 
Copy Editor ond she did the winrer sporrs sec- 
tion among other things. Jenny and I want to 
thank her for the amusing pictures and are 
wondering when the enlargements are com- 
ing in. Last but not least is Sondy. I'm glad to 
know her better. Thanks! 

One person who supplied lots of fun was 
Mrs. Hovsepion; she knows some really hot 
gossip! It's been a great experience, one I'm 
not soon to forget. 

■Kellie 



Soles Sroff, Denise Scott, Pom Decltwifh, Alice O'Hora, 
Kothy McGovern, Lynn Hughes. Denise Pogonls, Potty 
Olsen, Denise FInlilesfeIn, Heather McGilvroy, Christine 
Mortell, Meg Gurley, Becky O'Donnel, Veronica Welch. 
Ull Relnlsch, Carol McClotchey, Shanna Richerdson, Neera 
Tondon, Annie Lori-Angel Corey, Laura Mortell, Linh 
Doon, Leslie Carroll. Trlclo Russo, Lynne Carroll, Jenny 
Moxon, Debbie O'Neil, Jennifer Koenig, Carole Cooke, 
Christine Montgomery, Christine Linz. 

Special thonks to: John Nelster 
Jock Kelly 



SIGNUM STAFF/161 



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STUDENT/SCHOOL TPvlVIA 

How about playing a trivia gome about 
Bedford High School? 

DIRECTIONS All you hove to do is begin ot 
START, and let the chips fall where they may! 
Look closely for there are hints hidden within 
the game. If you get stuck, you may find the 
answers on page 106. HAVE FUNMi 
Symbols: *= correct, X = wrong, += advance 
— =go bock 



19 



Who wQ$ fhls yeors biggest 
foofboll ployer? If '= + 1. If 
X= + i 




20 

Who wos sold for the most 
ot rhe Volfer Auctton? how 
much? ond by who? If 

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HNCHED' If X=berter LUCK 
next rlmelll 



Do you Know how mony 
poy phones ore In BHS7 ff 
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Who wos rhe first OHS home- 
coming King? If '= + 1. If 
X= +1 



12 


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to 


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Whor doy wos school cor*- 
celled because of a hurri- 
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year? If • = + 3. H X= +2 









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162/STUDENT SCHOOL TRIVIA 





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onsisting of only about 12,000 people, Bedford is relatively small compared to surrounding 
towns. However, in spite of small size, it still manages to provide support in a variety of 

ways for Bedford High. With 
groups such as the Bedford 
Athletic Association, which 
provides our varsity jackets 
and has recently provided 
funds for the renovation of 
the athletic fields, and POMS 
(Patrons of Music Students), 
with their ever-present 
chuckwagon at the football 
games, earning money for 
the music department, BHS 
has been very fortunate. 

Even here in the yearbook 
we see signs of this support. 
In addition to offering schol- 
arships at graduation, many 
corporations also provide fi- 
nancial aid to Signum by 
buying ads, as seen in the fol- 
lowing section. Smaller busi- 
nesses, parents, and students 
also support Signum by pur- 
chasing these ads. And, with 
the student-created Buy-a- 
Line, which includes mes- 
sages from one student to another, there is yet one more element to this community support. 

So read on, and when you look back on this section one day, let it be with fond memories of this 
Bedford community. 




1. The ever-popular hangout, McDonald's. 2. The Bedford Flag is our part in history. 3. These 
are the buses which students ride for thirteen years. 4. The best place for a picnic is the 
Common. 5. Workers from T.J. Maxx: Kathy MacQuilken, Nancy Damery, and Debbie Lovely. 
6. Base housing is the home for some of the students at BHS. 



THE COMMUNITY/163 




** Yearbook members don't get any respectl 
But we did it! Congrats 2 Sandy, Kellie, Deb- 
bie, & Jenny-it was great! Deadlines! HELP! 
McDonald's! Jen (Keynig?) & Carole-wait till 
next year!!!!!! Special thanx 2 our rep. John 
Neister and of course Mrs. H! Wait 4 the 1987 
SIGNUM!!! J & C-Thanx 4 the cake! Jean S Bren 
thanx 4 the lunch! Alice-What a yr-just I more 
2 go! Let's work at ClubMed after collegel Ty- 
t"HANK"s 4 the crazy nickname! 11! never 
4get it (how can I with a name like that?) 
Thanks again 2 the yb crew-we made a great 
I!!! Luv, AD ps. I HATE typing Buy-A-Lines!!!** 
**Who gave you permission without asking? 
Let's go to Burger King. What? Robin, let's go 
to Billerica! You too ND n' DP. How about the 
Caswell. DL and John forever! M § M's. Not 
another cold! Slip sliding away! Nancy, thats a 
bump not a hill. **We made it! Hey Kim I3yrs 
and no fight! Remember: barn parties, saran 
wrap, frosting and no biting! RO: Don't get fat 
you pig and stop picking at my stuff! LMS: you 
better not change! Stay cool. Party! Kath: 
Thanks for the talks at lunch, never forget my 
party 4/85! DL: good luck, you are wonderful! 
Carolyn: What is the reto say? Stay crazy! AIL 
jthanx for being -f here. Kim + Hannah never 
[forget our trips! AIL Remember the great 
times! Love YOu! JB** **Amebas-remember 
pillows, 5878. squished peas, radar, scoop, yo- 
dels, friends forever. Brat-pink? Great M. 
Volvo, freckles S thunder, teamo. C.L.-CCD, 
Notre Dame loop, mi mejor amiga. **LOVE 
D.O. *** Cape Cod in '86!** ** Hannah, never 



fget the gd times. Sam Sandapan, BB Tenn- 
-I- Canada, Drive (lost + left turns), Movies 
(Go-Goi Why?), mints, sailing, crab. Cape 
(XVnIs), WC, US history-boring, all other 
classes-IMPOSSIBLE! 7yrs. have gone by fast. 
Hope there will be many more!? SH, actually 
made it through all the physics labs! Keep 
smiling -I- good luck in every thing you do!/LA, 
never forgt Jr. Yr. Spanish. WKLMI/CS-(-LD, 
good luck in your Sr. Yr. You guys are the best! 
Keep in touch always!-Kimbles** **Hey Tam- 
mie you want to try for three? Mel Jen, De- 
cember 26, 19851 Not bad! Mel Diane a night at 
the movies or a hockey gane Kris. Kerry and 
Jen it's been fun! Mel** * 'Remember all the 
good times shared with all your specia! 
friends. Christine, Tom, Brad, Scott, dent. 
Crash, Crystal, I'll never forget the fun times 
we had. To Lori and Steph for making the past 
four years very interesting to say the least. 
Goodbye and good luck!** **To LH, DO. CL, 
MP, LM, SH: never forget the great times we 
had!! The amemba lives! JR-remember the 
talks S notes. Love always tO: The Gang. JR. 
OS. LP. DCi TT. JF. RS-Thanks U Jl Good Luckl- 
SS** **Swatty-dead bunnies-Kerry-Norm-lf I 
ever go to Chicago I will look up your laughl-C- 
W-R-l-S-Gail-flipas-Kelly-wink-Jimmy-Hey En- 
zonette-thanks to all my friends for some of 
the best times of my lifel-R.F. -Italians are # 
one. ** **K.S. Hey Crash, whats the Report? 
N.Y. Eve! Penguins! Good times at the tracks! 
W.W. Rem Smokey n- Sno. 7-11, B.L. and Mc. 
Donalds' T.T, Everybody loves you! Loon Mtn. 



K.L. load it out! P.H. Pete -n- Jim-, What a laugl 
A.C. Wow a hilll; Speed Bumps! R.M. 2am Snov 
ball fights! M.U. Happy B-Day!! M.L. B.J.I. Lion 
all the good times! M.A. D.Ed. Hangmani I liki 
thoes shoes!! A-Wing and thanks to my famil 
for all their support and patience! ' These 
were the best of times!" Luv-ya G.A.J.** **Hi 
Crash! Love ya. Dent hey Rob, try love con 
nection next time! 1986 Rules hope I pass tl 
Bar! Goodbye school food and hello world! 
* * Thanks to these special people: Mom, Hilt< 
§ Sheila, Granny, Movil, and most of all, I thai 
God * *Ms forever my our third floor crew 
wee Ms Y vonne says thanks, thanks alot d 
the intro to Frank remember only the goo< 
about Ricky yo devo they played us my ma' 
the GM roie on thanks to DM TS GS GC 
CM LB LA DF M-FD MS. B special thanks t 
the son !ova ya RL WOWTBSAC** **Co-SumH 
mer 85 centerfield hamtonfun? Trouble-bt 
nights! There's no band here! Liar! Twilight 
zone JS-MG-CO-Please pass the ketchup- 
think its going to rain! S, BallG-LS-is that hi: 
truck-you forgot you water! "Bob" NC-chem 
bio-find the fishie!-DF-weird nights-can I hanj 
out w/youguys* **Love you guys B-ball 84/8 
watch your ankles S.M. don't stop beleiv'i 
M.P. lets shop S.H. Find some quick! D.O. Ms 
SuperSmile CL. LH SS, LC, FOR GT IS TO Chri' 
85 love ya + thanks** **Hey Stick Sis! Gonn 
miss yal Thanx 4 all the great times! U R mini 
Luv ya! Thanx 2: M2 4 the lafs. . sike! . 
Marian! They R playing R song how do I no 
Ju st f^membgr te amo § cptrg & isle! SS 4 the i» 



tmmj^jMiiijKj^^^^^^^^m ^^^^^^^^ ^^m^' 





, talks § faces, JW 4 her friendship. JD 4 
:rything. I luv u matt! . . GS, MD, LS, CM, JD, 
SH U were here. TT, BS, JF. SS, TT. TB. BS. 

"Mikey" U all R the best!! I'll miss ya . . 
ty Harty! The majrts & gymnasts, my "B- 
idy" don't 4get SF, Fox % mint. MC U R the 
;t, Dl'member the party, keep dancin MPI 
I U All! Thanx Dad. Mom. Nean £ Ray!** 
;ARASAM JaimeScott BradDianel Helen- 
rstal KarenJoanna KerryTricia RichMike 
Zarol BrendaSheila SeamusJeff AllysonDan 
I. Thanx for all the great times and the 
ties, you're the best! Thanx Mom and Ed, 
I're great! You're friend Slim** **Hey Kim- 
s-look dude we made it! You have been a 
ally RAD friend, thanx 4 all the fun times- 
idapan, Sam Coke % Sailing, skiing 
loops). The Cape (HELPl the grounds mov- 
), K M & KKS. BBS, Canada 6 P, Rocky4 
Itch out), wierd mints, stayin up all night 
ffleball(S 3am), . . S 7 yrs we sure have been 
u alot 2gether, squeeky. Good luck in the 
jre & remember: Bears #1. BEST FRIENDS 
'ER-HB/Stephanie-thanx 4 all the help. 
I're a great friend. Remember Mr. Y (love 
se clogs). Mr. M. (why are you smiling), 
ig the keys. THE FIRE! Keep smiling-HB/LA- 
ly is the sky blue-no more physics, right? 
/LD-all those notes, etes-vous ma mere?, 
'e a blast Sr. yr § don't fall asleep-HB/SF- 
: fe and the light, does he want us to stop? 
/ES-put in the bin you computer whiz- 
/KP-have a good time in college & live it up- 
'* **4 yrs AWESOME! AM you're min 



UMASS Keith Geesh ICH885 cop! KMF Istgr. 
NYE84 get of the roof Latin no I was dismissed 
talks Funny face PD luv that smile what do you 
think sexy tell me I luvya KLC Cierp -t- ha ha 
boohoo f -I- sr. soft capts YMBF boys hang over 
that pole ET party Jr Prom talks music I always 
care shine thanx forever -I- newfound pals I 
love you all!! Tender Loving Care** **John 
think about it! -Gail-load it off-Jimmy-Harriet 
is fine! -Chris-say something? Vicki's house- 
zeppy-Bruins#l-etephant jokes-hoop swat ty- 
boat cru is in- Tracy-Florida — thanks— Ker** 
**SS who would have thought? I'll miss you, 
but I'll be back and remember I LOVE YOU CB- 
Pt 128-Those eyes Hey you can't park herel! 
HP Keep up your nerd imitations. Rolj^rskatesl 
MK thanks for the talks and just being you. CS, 
CD and CM what to say except thanks miss 
U** **CB LS thanx for all the good times 
dont ever 'forget 3x3= trouble- S 3onl = fun at 
Burgerking BCs what about? Forget him. It 
looks like a sneaker, Boxford? DW U did 
what? *BLs, Glouster KC UR great thanx for 
talks about candyman, TC I luv ya soccer 
cheerleaders UR mint-Pam** **RB TS RB CH 
ALL THE N's m the house say Hoi PEE WEE I'll 
always luv ya Miss Yvonne PRINCE NAKED 
GUMBY! JO JO U R HEALED! SIKEi Well Good 
morning and how do you do! Tammy-Miss 
Lady! Sneakin in the CCC Closet for cheese 
nips! DM beating up Darryl John! Gina-Hee- 
Hee I Luv LZ'* **Many good times! Always 
remember. The circle Shhhl NH! Houses of PH 
S! Fun times to come! Be Happy! Happiest 



3 years of my life Dave! I'll love you forever! 
Changed my whole life! Thanks a bunch; DG 
KL MA PH DR WL ML GJ MM SS LP LC CL EK 
MB MF MG JQ JC JS BM BG MC** **DCE- 
Mynight insblu jean-me, uH- mm- windblown, 
marblehead, hikingin therain, wanderinggyp- 
sies: Jake Lionell, candycorns-me & u-prom, 
oldnorth bridge physics, whatabout awinter 
virus? scaryl Uplay agreat gameof tennis- 
goodluck nextyeat-maybeill writesome inter- 
estingletters sodont forgetme loveJAS KES- 
don'tforget thegood timesat the lordbed ford! 
youreagood sister-usually-lalways standby 
uluvJ** **Carol-llove you! Weed-remember 
the miles we have pedaled, the sciences, our 
obscalescent crescent, ruf ruf sisseh-Chris- 
tine, Lucy, Lynn. Deb, Michelle, Sue-It's been a 
blast-the beach, parties, sneaking to Purit, Bo- 
gota, pillows, + laughs love ya! Sh Nancy- 
-I- Sandy-Hove U! Sue** **K.F.-I didn't, did 
you? you did? SO DID II! I don't wanna go! 
P.D. * "CODE RED!" I'm not sayin' this just to 
be nasty but I sincerely wanna . . . you sexy 
mamall K.F. Life's a beach T.C., A.M., P.D., 
K.F.-86 days till we graduate! - you guys are 

the bestll PARTY "Big Signal!" ** **Cho- 

linesterase-Margaritaville-What? Mr. T-UH 
we'll get to that-Gastopo algebra-ok keeds- 
holy grail-nil -love Ya-Acitlcholine-Buccina- 
tor** **M- You're in parentheses! TM is a 
hunk-QMOM Jrs-5macks of? Al-Hi Geroge, 
soup is good food, and then my mother said . . 
. Oh!, MS, SA-M M-my favorite jr-bimmer! 3nd 
gear the Date-Q** **VMW-GoodNYou- 




lafrwe gonna do? ThitiKSchica! - RAP-lf you 
just wait a second! What a concept! V S R ear 
rides meanvalues-WANDO-CML-lt's easy + 
CI Luv ya. Babe! -CN-My strolling companion- 
you're minti -JM-stop whining! SF-Somthing 
youve just got to say-Ally-Pal-is! Also: JMD, 
DCE (stop looking at me like that). CRM 
(COLB, OOF). UR, JC, MG (my frjend again). 
BSO (Davidson's, UNH)- I love all of you guys- 
youVe mint! Calc parties, gymnastics, etc 
THANKS!! -LKH** **DON'T EVER forget the 
good times! Nancy the D2 saga is over? Still 
love J.T. & Co. D.L. you're the best, luv yal K.T^ 
i L.S. . don't forget dad's day. K.P. remember 
undercover wear? CM. § D.G.-GOOD LUCK! 
Mike, I love you!! K.M. You're the best, keep in 
touch!** **Thanks to: MM, WL, KS, GJ, JC. 
AD. CC. KL. DR. TT. KY, CO, CB, CH, LP, LC, 
SD, SR, HP,JJ. MG. JS, KC, RF, PC, RD, MD. JF, 
TT, Moosie! PizzaRegina! (G) ILoveYou. Dad- 
Mom TinaPaul! PARADISE! NOTSOLOUD! HI 
PAUL MARK MARIANNE! ILOVE YOUGUYS! 
IDID IT!!!!!** **Hey Mel don't forget Novem- 
ber the 30th And many more of those days left 
Jenni remember all the good times we've 
had** **Hey Paton Youve got to watch out for 
those telephone poles hey potatoe have you 
ridden any Beasts lately? Beet JK remember 
all the good times at Scooters etc JW Heather 
Keep rollo away from all retreat bathrooms ok- 
Jenni** **Jo-my second half. Iput a spell on 
you. Get me a straight Frank! McDermot? 
Something short of paradise-at the RKO pic- 
ture show. Yes, I'm still asleep on your lap. No 



»nd remember; Don't eat 
your pillow! -Sara** **Hey. Its all done! Thanx: 
TT, RS. DL. BG. RC. El, SS. DD. DC, brewcrew, 
remba, davis. riverside, my house Luv MC. 
ML, PM, PO. JR, CM, MP, andtherest, special 
Thanx, Mary. Ann. Luvualways! Goodluck 
friends-JPF** **PD & CB tharfc for the best 6 



years! Glouster-SG S DG 



S^bW-Haydens- 
BLw/ATA-wanna get!* ? PD I wanna boy frlendl 
Can I drive? Halloween-look out for the walll 
TM "Bob"-The car broke down! chicken din 
ner-ls that T's truck-errk! BL-mac Sat 9 SO-oh 
well! -Grounded!! x2lhanx_^W all** **To my 
stick sis, member ail tMHHtt||^ines 90 99. 7! 
Don't let Curits 4get Dame^K^helb, thanx 4 
everything! Member: Todo-copterj on-the 
rocks-, Bryan AdamS; apple jugling; clamdig 
gers; crab revenges land snail; etc! U guys R 
mint! Luv KrTstyn** **Laur-many wild memo- 
ries-practices. PlanB, Red Dawn fway to steer 
home), partie , YM Ski trip, t, much more, 
Thanxl Luv Ronnie? Ren, its been real-mean 
value the fish, he . . . /Jen, AM-psych bags, 6 
SR-Mr. T's class, UR. we made it! CL Debate, 
YM, S choir. To my calculus class: I never 
would have made it w out yduguys! Love you 
alll -V. T hanx also to KH, HM, CM. SB. YK, TW. 
§ everyone in Folk Group fe YM. Tom have a 
great senior year. Luv ya Swimmers (Thunder- 
ation) Divers (Coltys) Gymnasts (Go Wando, 
EC). Be awesome next year. Luv VMW** 
**PJB-Dark hall runs-4/19 parades-carnivals- 
Glousfer trips-soph yr = BEST = BCs w room- 
= TROUBLE-CB not in car yetl U + JMM never 



slept! Got a friend? Advehturdus 
SxH-JAMIN! Stop world -F melt w/ U-l 
touch chin-BW mix it up-Parking lotS 
Pammy-forget DW-Lax! LJS-Oh God-its S 
fire-explain it! -whispers-Gloucester-we gi^B 
up! Ps canon-do what? SG is in past-B carefl^ 
P-FL-Jr yr was terrible-all for the best-Sr yi 
= good Xs-never 4-get 3bffs 2 much 3 say-l lu 
U guys-always in my heart DH-I love you-S 
Yr = very special-KT-6 on the rocks-land snai 
clams-many more-take it EZ! B-careful-tot 
copter-make Sr yr BEST-CM-co cap^ 
-F friends 4-ever MAJORETTES-e 
I = best!** **CRM-Do U remember? Canobi 
Lake, OOB. Maine. Salem Willows. Hojo'i 
Payday. Dr. Jekyll & Mrs Hide. Chadwick; 
Opus lives! Nuke Navelint! Brrrl Oliver, all a 
the parties. New Years (& the champagne 
Dane, David, Eddie, S everyting else. Especia 
ly our great talks! Thanx 4 being a friend lov 
DFL KM, LMS, KT, KP, RB, ML-Thanx to all I 
guys 4 being great friends! Remember all th 
good times-l sure will! Love Ya All! DFL Eddie 
will remember U always! Love Diane** **K£ 
6C5 night. HI! . . . wrong . . . oops . . . b] 
;nibarra$sing it makes a good memory tn 
m 82 oh yeh have a . . Don't change coc 
GJ so many good times ex: NH thanx 
highway, the whole pizza keep in touch drivi 
that train . . AnRe Junior prom, silly. Chasei 
Porche Breakfast. Mich caps, quarters ( 
nose) let's go! Keep out of trouble! I d 
remember! What? The nuts? Love ya 
Thanx to. ML, AR. TT, TB, CS, BM, CH, JS. 




PS. TS. kL, CC. AD. MM. M%, DP, Mr. P and Mr. 
B keep smiling Love you afl Wen*' **H-re- 
tnerrber Nantucket-Av asi ye hearty sea 
wench! Don't stop give it all you got! What's a 
B-Nana for^ rteVelatei 'C-ne\# Year's Eve '85- 
no, I can't walk? met any Brazilians lately? 
rhink my car will make it? "C-JrProm (the 
l>each-RU cold? Wanna go swim?i Nantucket, 
■cad trip W ? R g W. Parrv ar Mr's-don't stay 
*ith himi Your mark or my mark? sophomore! 
?unningmeadei *K § l-Vou .2 make me feel 
short! DD at the Centrum! B-BafI*P-U have a 
:omfortable shoulder! *HJCC.VIN SCLSRV 
\AGJ couldn't have made ti m o you! *Mom, 
Dad, Karen-Love youl K*" "^Inner peace any- 
>ne? London HoJos parties life I know thanks 
snt enuf but I'm finally at a loss for words! LS 
CT SM ND RB DL MR KM KP EB TT TB MD SS 
3M-I treasure our friendship and memories. 
larolyn-This friendship is for life-Diane, 
hanks for every thing-Is it pay day yet Leslie- 
or good times -I- bad times-That's what 
riends are for Jean, words aren't enuf-l can't 
ell you what you mean to me and Dane you 
nake me so very happy I'm so glad you came 
nto my life-l lo\e you-CRM (the SAB)** 
'*Ker-Youre an animal: throw that shotpu- 
-f-ea all your carrots! Keep in touch -I- thanks 
or everything. Ily. Herps: Sweet S Low & 
'prings road! Tricks tracy: Thanks for the 
ireat experiences! EB-Remember all the spe- 
:ial times! To everyone else: I'll miss you all 
Ihow -I- hang loose: PB** 



PATRONS 



SPECIAL PATRON 

Lexington Plumbing S Heating Co., Inc. 

GOLD PATRONS 

Alcaide Family 

Bedford Police Association 

Edmund & Chong Correa 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Hughes 

Family of Bruce D. Park 

Mr. and Mrs. W.K. Tsang 

Weather Services Corporation 

F.W. Woolworth Co.. Bedford 



WHITE PATRONS 

Carol and Steve Hadjivassilis 
Donald and Lorette Martell 

BLUE PATRONS 

William. Joanne. Keith. Bryan, Shari Acree 
D. Laliberte 
Priority Press 





168/THE COMMUNITY 



"A TOUCH OF CLASS" 

CLASS OF 1986 





(FORMAL WEAR BY MR. SAUNDERS) 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

from YOUR YEARBOOK 
PHOTOGRAPHER 



MurUngtoH Studios 



99 CAMBRIDGE ST., BURLINGTON MA 01803 

272-4700 

WEDDINGS, FAMILY GROUPS, CHILDREN. 
CREATIVE YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY 




THE COMMUNITY/169 




Congratulations 



And 



Best Wishes 



To The Class Of 




1986 



From The Class of 



I9S9 





Compliments of 

KENNETH 
KAPLAN. M.D. 




170/THE COMMUNITY 



"With Prayerful Best Wishes for 
the Class of 1986" 



PARISHIONERS OF 
ST, 

MICHAELS 
CHURCH 

BEDFORD 



RENZO'S 
UNISEX-SALON 

Featuring: 
Facial. Manicure 
Pedicure. Waxing. 
Eye-Brow-Tinting, 
Color Analysis, 
Make-Up and 
Tanning. 




Raytheon Company 
Missile Systems Division 
Hartwell Road 
Bedford MA 01730 



Raytheon 



CONGRATULATIONS S BEST WISHES 
TO THE 
CLASS OF 1986 
FROM YOUR NEIGHBOR 



RAYTHEON COMPANY 




THE COMMUNITY/171 




STOUFFER 
BEDFORD GLEN HOTEL 

44 Middlesex Turnpike * Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 

617 / 275-5500 



Best Wishes To The Class Of 1986 




172/THE COMMUNITY 




The 
future 
is 

yours 
to 

formulate. 



Best of luck to the Class of 1986 



MILLIPORE 



THE COMMUNITY/173 



Congratulations and 
Sincere Wishes 
for 

Future Success 
from all of us at 



MITRE 



HI 

spire 

■ CORPORATION 



Congratulations 



From Spire Corporation .... Our very best 
wishes for health, happiness, and prosperity to 
the Class of 1986 and to all of the students, faculty 
and administration of Bedford High School. 

In Energy 

Spire is the place to grow 

Spire Corporation/Patriots Park/Bedford, MA 





THE COMMUNITY/175 



"Congratulations to the Class of '86*' 




CONTRACTING INC. 



CUSTOM BUILDING AND REMODELING 

275-6691 

BOX 381 BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



SPARTA 
RESTAURANT 

Cocktails — Take-Out Orders 




321 Great Road 
Bedford. MA 01730 
275-9738 



Chris, 

"Are we having fun yet?" 

With much love and best wishes. 
Dad, Mama, Lainie 



Hardware Corp. 



Ze WESTON AVENUE. SQMEHVILLE. MA • 666-3aOO 
RAILROAD AVENUE. BEDFORD. MASS. • 275-76)55 





176 / THE COMMUNITY 



Kristen-Jurn your dreams 
into what you want. 
Mom, Dad, and Karen 





Best of Luck, Louis 
Love Mum and Gram 



A SPECIAL LIFE-STYLE 

Carleton-Willard Village is an exceptional continuing care retirement community. Gracious independent 
living accommodations and fully licensed, long-term health care facilities exist in a traditional New 
England environment. 

CARLETON-WILLARD VILLAGE 



100 Old Billerica Road 
Bedford. MA 01730 
(617) 275-8700 

Owned and operated by Carleton-Willard Homes, Inc. 
a non-profit corporation 




CARLITON-WILLARD VILLAGE 




THE COMMUNITY / 1 77 




DR. & MRS. 
GUY A. MCGARRY 

Best Wishes To The Class Of 
1986 



WALCOTT 



SINCE 1937 



High Quality TV's And Appliances 

GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER, BEDFORD 



Microwave Ovens 
Air Conditioners 
Television 



SALES - SERVICE - PARTS 



Refrigerators 
Ranges 
Washers & Dryers 




BEDFORD 
CHARTER 
SERVICE 



Bedford, MA 01730 
William J. Marlines 
275-9524 




PS / THE COMMUNITY 



Best Wishes 
From The 




THE COMMUNITY / 179 




To Todd and the Class of 86. 
"Even as we dream, we begin to succeed . . . 
Even as we succeed, we begin to dream again." 
Keep on dreaming. 

Bob S Lee Evans 



Eric B. Birmingham D.D.S. 

Congratulations and Best 
Wishes to the Class of 1986 
from 

Dr. and Mrs. Eric Birmingham 



res ^^Itere ^^^oocf/i 



TOYS 




es 



MINIATURES 



• EXPERT ALL BREED GROOMING 

• TOP QUALITY REGISTERED PUPPIES 

(BROWN. BLACK. WHITE. SILVER) 

"For Those Who Care. Call Tres Chere!" 

MRS BARBARA NIBLACK 89 CONCORD RD. ( RT. 62) 
617.275-1296 BEDFORD. MASS. 01730 



QUALITY IMPORTS 

49 Great Road, Bedford, MA. 01730 
275-0700 

Diamonds, colored stones, pearls, beads etc. 
Brass, wood, and silver artware from India. 
Simple, best, and low price gift shopping for 
all occasions. 




LICENCE #1940 Telephone 275-0736 

BEDFORD OPTICAL CO. 

$30.00 off normal price of soft 
tinted contact lenes for the 
Class of 1986 




Milton S. Moffett 
Registered Optician 



Congratulations Rob 

Miles await you, heed 
Your soaring spirit, the peoples' needs. 
With magical humor, exuberance abide. 
Keeping close our love and pride. 

Mom. Dad. and Laura 



50 Loomis Street 
Bedford. Ma 01730 



180 / THE COMMUNITY 




Movie Rentals/Sales 
VCR Rentals/Sales 
Video Accessories 
168 The Great Road (Across From Marshall's) 
Bedford. MA 01730 
(617) 275-3540 



DUNHAM'S BOOK 
STORE 

Good used books and paperbacks 

BOUGHT AND SOLD 

Over 15.000 Books Priced 

and Classified 
50 Great Road. Bedford 
275-9140 

WED THRU SAT 
11-5 p.m. 





CO 



TEL. 275-1276 



STEVES' TEXACO 

ICS GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MA 01730 

OWNER STEVE SHEA 



Congratulations 

John E. Japp, M.D. 



50 Loomis Street-Phone 275-7513 
Bedford, MA, 01730 



Bedford — BiUerica Jltxedo Shops 

"T\ixedos For All Occasions" 



Bedford Shopping Center 
158 Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 

617-275-9864 



LOUIS PISAPIA 




ThfWe Cove Plaza 
199 Boston Road 
BiUerica. Massachusetts 01862 

617-667-1475 



To Jenny: 
Congratulations on the four years 
that have filled us with pride. 

Love, 
Dad and Mom 
David and Laura 



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THE COMMUNITY / 181 



V 



I I N DS K06 
.o..^_.«i LINDSKOG BALANCING CORP. 



DYNAMIC BALANCING • VIBRATION ANALYSIS 
BALMAC STEWART WARNER SALES 



6 ALFRED CIRCLE 
BEDFORD MASS 01730 
(617) 275 8245 



LUONGO'S 

DRY 
CLEANER 



expert stain removal 
complete drapery service 
seasonal storage 

alteration service 



TEL. 275-7300 
32 SHAWSHEEN AVE. BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



To Sandy. Nancy. Debbie, and Denise 
These were the BEST OF TIMES! 






Kathy. 
Congratulations!! 
Best of luck in the future, 
With Love, 
Mom Sutton 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1986 



REALTORS J 



138 the Great Road • Bedford, MA 01730 

6T7-275-7777 



182/ THE COMMUNITY 



275-1668 



BEDFORD MECHANICAL, INC. 

REFRIGERATION, HEATING & COOLING CONTRACTORS 

COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL - RESIDENTIAL 
328 R GREAT ROAD. BEDFORD. MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



DANIEL T. CALLAHAN 



24 HOUR SERVICE 
RADIO DISPATCH 



m 



Bedford Jewelers 
Diamonds • Silverware 
Great Road Shopping Center 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
Telephone: 275-7056 




FLOWE 



142 THE GREAT ROAD 
ftEDFORD MA. 275-7125 





EAGLES 





Bedford Florist 
The Petal People 

315 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MA 01730 

PHONE 275-7905 
Flowers For All Occasions 



To our favorite daughter, Kirsten 



[fi^jfaxI 





/I 



(Midnigfit Sun enterprises 



THE COMMUNITY / 183 



THE CLASS OF 1988 



Would Like To Express 
Its Congratulations To The 





Seecjf Painting & QenetaC Qottttactot 

64 Springs Road 
Bedford, MA. 01730 
{617)275-73A1 275-8481 
Free Estimates 
Fully Insured 



BEDFORD 
TRAVELODGE 

285 Great Road 
Bedford MA. 
275-6120 



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Taylor 3 Lloyd, Inc. \ 
Bedford, Mass. 



"May Prosperity, Health 

And Good Fortune 
Be With you Always. " 
"Good Luck Class Of 86" 



flack Zaylor 



Sd Cloyd 



I 



THE COMMUNITY / 185 




CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 
TO THE 
CLASS OF 1986 

From The Entire Staff At 

McDonaidis 

(E) 

346 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 



Best Wishes To The 
Class of 1986 



(^Professional ^^air CDesv 



'esigners 



138 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
Tel. 275-818:2 




Congratulations, Love and Success to 

Christopher Smith 

we're very proud of you! 
Mom, Dad and Brian 




l?6 / THE COMMUNITY 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1986 

Davidson's Pharmacy Inc. 

Richard A. Davidson, R.Ph. 



Rc 



'Give her of the fruit of her hand; 
and let her own works 
praise her in the gates." 

PROVERBS 

Congratulations Yael 
With Love Always, Mom S Dad 



^1 




(617) 275-6662 



SaudoM^a CUcttic Co., Ottc, 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES - LIGHTING - SALES 



% 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To The Class of 1986 

from the office of 

Dr. Richard D. Smith 



FRANK BAUOANZA 
Vice President 



328 GREAT RD. 
BEOFORO. MASS. 01730 



ROBERT DiCESARE 
Registered Optician 



Gordon Optical Company 
of Bedford 



Bedford Shopping Center 
Great Road 
Bedford. MA 01730 
2750054 



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Contact Lenses 
1 Hour Service 



THE COMMUNITY/ 187 




Congratulations Zo Zke 
Class Of 

1986 

7wm ZMS 
1985-86 ySMnOOK SZM3 




188/THE COMMUNITY 




Zo Zhe 1986 Seniors, 

Zomorrow Js fjust Om Step Closer Zo 
Zhe future! 

Dream Wkat you Dare Zo Dream. 
Qo Where you Want Zo 0o. 
Ue What you Want Zo Ue. 




I. Kellie Pease, Adrienne Tsang, and Carole Cooke. 1. Debbie O'Neil. 3. 
Jenny Maxon. 4. Sandy Macdonald and Kellie Pease. 5. Jennifer 
Koenig. 6. Brian Gellately and Rob Carlson. 7. Viekl Preston, Kathy 
Sutton, Wendy Laliberte, Kelly Shiner. 8. Mike Giilis, Brian Snelson, 
and Doug Elder. 





THE COMMUNITY/189 




^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ i ^^^^PV^ 


^^^^^^ 







TE/.. 275-3350 



COMPLETE 
HAIR & SKIN CARE 



THE HAIR GALLERY 



36 SOUTH RD., BEDFORD. MA 0T733 




MIX FLOWERS 



377 Concord Road 
275-6255 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
THE 
CLASS OF 1986 




^est Wishes Zo Zhe Class Of J 986 



WEIL MISS YOU! 




Zhe Class Of 1987 



190/THE COMMUNITY 



CONGRATULATIONS 
H 

^ Much love and success, 
^ we're very proud of you! 

K 



Mom S Dad 




275-1343 



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R.E.R. INC. 

R.E.R. FUEL SERVICE 

Rfsidcniial ffcaiini; Sales Service 

hner.;\ C-ir^ervciiinn 24 Hr. hul! Ser: 



David Rossi 



3 Minuieman Dr. 
Bedford. MA 01730 



Law Offices 

DICK. DYSON § KILMARTIN, 

Professional Corporation 



113 The Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
(617) 275-0860 




BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 

99 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
BEN SEARS (617) 275-8540 

Home 275-7865 



With loving wishes for a wonderful future to Ty 
and all the members of the Class of '86. 



Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Tyer 



THE COMMUNITY/191 



GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1986 



Pass & Weisz, Inc. 

A Tradition of Service.^ lixcellcMice Since 1959 




die art of cnj^inecrin^. 





RCDRSCHE® 

soft-ciNO cvts covfs Close 



Featuring a full line of Auciis: 

4()()()S sUl or cUito trans. 

COLI[M' GT 

Coupe QiKittro Turl)o 
QLiatro All vvIuh'I drive 
SOOOS Sedan 
SOOOS Waj4on 



SOOOS Turbo 



Leasing our specialty. 

Company vehicles always available for 
purchase. Good selection of pre-owned 
vehicles. 

93 Canihriclge Street 
Burlington, Ma. 01803 



Featuring a full line of Porsche: 

J44 

)44 TLirl:)o, Accepting Orders 
)1 1 C^arrc^a Coupe 
)1 1 C^(Ur(M'a Targa 
)1 1 C^H rc^ra (]al)riolet 
J28S 



Leasing our specialty. 



Route 128 Exit 41 N 
Tel. 272-8880 




192/THE COMMUNITY 



(617) 275-2330 




BEDFORD TRAVEL, INC. 

138 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS 01730 



Congratulations 
and 
Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1986. 

John W. Bergin. M.D. 




Bedford Exxon 



Jenepher 
That small, delicate baby 

of 1968, 
has grown into a mature, 
young woman of courage in 
in 1986. 

You've come a long way baby. 
Love, Dad, Mom, Todd. 



COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 
MASS. STATE INSPECTION STATION /f321€ 



B & H PITTMAN 



349 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MASS. 01730. 



RofhcR' 




CENTER 
' HAIR STYLIST 

The ROFFLER Hairstyling Experience 

Open 6 Days 
Appointments Available 275-7711 
168E Great Road, Bedford 



THE COMMUNITY/ 193 



Tr z 



W 



Debbie 

May the walk through life be full of 
happiness and success. For the love 
and happiness you have given us. 



Mom and Dad 



P.S. Me Too Nutmeg! 



GOULD MOTORS, INC. 

25 Nonh Road 
BEDFORD. MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



jCHRTSUn] 



Bus Phone 275-7200 
Res Phone 369-3385 




JENNI 

As you travel through life may your days 
be full of pleasure, profitable for 
society, helpful to those whom you touch, 
especially in your chosen field, and a 
joy to those who know and love you best. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

And may you drive a Porsche. 



Best of luck, Seamus. 

Love and success in your chosen field. 

Someday my son you will look back on 

this time of your life as a period of 

learning, growing, and discovering your 

own strength. 

Love, Mom. 




RUSSELL SIBLEY 
CONTRACTING 



Installer Of Sewer 
Water & Septic Systems 
275-0283 



194/THE COMMUNITY 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1986 



Dr. % Mrs. E. Eagles 




275-7111 




Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1986 



CLIFFORD REALTORS 
130 GREAT ROAD 

BEDFORD. MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



MlT.Tn'LE USTING SERVICE 



Congratulations to the Class of '86 
with much love and pride 

in Tracy. 
Rdzann and Harold Tanner 



Best of luck and success to our 
daughter Michelle. This year marks 
just one of the many achievements 
we know are in store for you. 

Mr. S Mrs. Charles J. Urbon 



^ An arm 

' ^ Cmpaivji 



arris C 



BEDFORD SPORT SHOP 
INC. 

Sporting Goods Of All Kinds 

Bedford Shopping Center 
Bedford MA. 01730 
275-6009 



168 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



617/275-7020 



WE USE AND RECOMMEND THE 



PRUL MH'CHELL SYSTEM 

PROFESSIONAL SALON PRODUCTS 




THE COMMUNITY/ 1 95 



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617-275-7787 




MEAD BROS. TREE SERVICE, INC. 

CERTIFIED ARBORISTS 
PRUNING, REMOVAL, SPRAYING 



338 Great Road 
Bedford. MA a730 



Lori, 



You're Purrfect. 




Miki 



Friends Forever 



LYNN 
MICHELLE 
DEBBIE 
CHRISTINE 




SUSAN 

LUCY 

SUSAN 



A simple "Hi" when we first met. 

But the memories hadn't started yet. 

Day by day our friendship grew. 

With each day bringing something new. 

Always a smile, always a friend. 

Always "I care", for I am your friend. 

The things we've shared have meant so much. 

Our friendship is very special. 

And though the years may come to pass. 

Our Friendship shall forever last. 

LML 



196/THE COMMUNITY 




BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF '86 



from all of us at 




THE COMMUNITY/197 



If I could hold a star for every time 
you have made me smile, 
I'd be holding an entire evening's sky 
in the palm of my hand. 





My very best wishes to 
the first Metco Graduates: 
Teressa. Stacey, and Debora. 
You are loved and will be 
missed. Good Luck. 

Mrs. Parker 
Metco Coordinator 




Best Wishes to the Class of 1986 

Law Offices of 

BROWN & 
BROWN 



110 Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 



Nathaniel Brown, Esq. 




Congratulations, Carol McClatchey! 

Wishing you the continued 
Gifts of friendship, and 
Quest of new horizons. 

We are very proud of you! 

love. 
Dad & Mom. 




198/THE COMMUNITY 



Avast MatiesI 

Aarghl I am wind-swept! Thanks, everyone, for everything! Jenny. Tracey, Kathy. Kristen, 
Carol, Mark, Neil, Steven, and Chris - this is a never-ending invite for a reunion every year 
at the island - as long as the storms don't wash it away! Thanks to the Go-Go's - that 
includes you Sue. H! Hey Jenni - got any generic toilet paper? Poor Rollo! Thanks to Mom, 
Dad, Kerstin and Erika, who made me who I am today. Thanks to the troop - LC, LC, LS, SM, 
ND, SW, DB. LH. RB, DF, JW, CM, CA, VW, and everyone else who's helped me through- P.S, 
the Spaniards, those sports enthusiasts well, you all know who you arel Thanks for making 
B.H.S. as great as it was - and good luck to all of us - the class of '86! 
Love you all! 
Heather McGilvray 

P.S. special thanks tO: SB, CM, JM, KH, CRM, CRM, and KW. 



You can't get where you're going 

Unless you remember 

Where you came from. 

Who you are and what you are 

Is the only thing you own. 

Never lose it. 

And NEVER . . . Ever . . . 

SURRENDER. 

There are so many people at 
Bedford High who have made the 
past four years so special. I've 
never known such caring people. I 
would like to say that we'll always 
be this close, but that's not realistic. 
So thank you for all the good times 
and the memories will keep me 
warm during the lows of my life. 
Although we may soon be parted, I'll 
never forget. Good luck to the class 
of '861 
Love to all, 
Kristen 

Thanks tO: The Nantucket crew 
(Heather, Mark, Neil, Steve, Chris, 
Carol. Tracey, Jen, Kathy, Erika) - 
those were the best summers of my 
life; all of those from soccer (you 
know who you are); Lauren 
Veronica. Jen. Carol. Christine. 
Heather, Jeff. Greg. Mike C. Peter- 
you're the best. Doug. Johnny, 
Renata. 

Thanks M.F. for all your love. All my 
love to Mom, Dad, and Karen, who 
have always been there for me 
when I needed them. 




I love you Sue Hawkins!!! 

"You just call out my name 

and you know wherever I am 

I'll come running to see you again. 

Winter, spring, summer, or fall 

and all you have to do is call 

and I'll be there, yes I will 

You've got a friend." 

-James Taylor 

Let the good times roll: 

the Go-Go's (Kristen H. the other CRM 

- Christine, Heather M. Michelle P., and 

Sue H.); the majorette squad (SD, HC, 

JR, KT, JD, SM, SP, SB, GM, AND TB) - 

especially Chelby - thankx for your 

help, encouragement and friendship; 

the Nantucket Gang (Heather, Mark. 

Tracey, Steve, Kristen, Jen Chris, Neil. 

and Erika); Russ, Mike, Sammy, Ally. RP 

(W.G.), TC. SG. CN, DH. NW, and Bop. 

Thankx Andi for being my big sister 

and friend! 

Well it looks like we made it!!! 

I wish the best of everything always to 

the Class of 1986! Never forget these 

times, hold them in your heart forever. 

Above all - keep in touch and keep 

smiling. 

Love ya', 

Carol 



Somewhere there must be someone who wrote about how important your friends are to your 
life. Yet, since I can't find what I wanted, my own words will have to suffice. My high school 
years, especially, would not have been complete withour my friends. Everyone has helped me 
out, whether it be giving me a ride home or consulting important papers. Even the littlest thing, 
like "Good Morning", can brighten my day and make me realize how special friends are. 

Since day one, someone has always been there for me. Karen, we had great fun planning 
treasure hunts and making mud pies. Jenni, remember eating luncheons during nursery school? 
Carol, there's no one I'd rather share my initials with. And at B.H.S. I've met many new people: 
Sandy, Christine, Jeannette, Michelle, Susan, Heather, Kristen, Robbie, Steven. Chris (my twin). 
Evan. Greg, and DG. 

Of course, there has always been Mom. Daddy, and Laura. You have continually given me 
your unrelenting support and love. 
- I cherish you all - 



THE COMMUNITY/199 




1. Scott Smith wears his best smile. 2. It's on wheels! 3. Tookie 
Whiting, are you day dreaming? 




Abalahin. Leonardo 45. 307 
Abbot I. Andrea 72. 114 
Abbott, Marianne 7S 
Acrec. Keith 66. 115 
Acree. Lori 30, 46. 53, 67, 114 
Adams, Keith 88 

Albanese, Maria X), 46, 164. 177. X>1 
Alcaide, Kim 73. 110. 133. 133. 307 
Alcaide, Mark II. 30. 46. 48. 108. 109. 
135, 160 

Allen, Cristina 66, 97. 133. 145. 147, 148, 
177 

Alperin, Matthew 66 

Alves, Anthony 73. 137 

Ambrose, Willam 86 

Amidon, Fredric Neil 16, 30. 46, 48, 

56, 108. 109. 139, 133, 144, 145, 160 

Anderson. Christine 78. 83. 114, 134, 

141 

Anderson. Eric 66, 115. 136, 137, 139, 141, 
148 

Anderson. Joy 73, 110 

Anthony, Frances K)3 

Apicella, Margarita 88. 177 

Ardilo, Douglas 78, 119, 131 

Ardolino, Lauri 30. 46, 51, 133. 165 

Armini, David 30. 46, 51 

Armstrong, Ronald 73, 119 

Arts & Flowers 183 

Asbedian. Suzy 13, 66, 67, 110. 131, 139. 

148, 154. 307 

Atkinson. Lisa 73 

AW Clifford Realters 195 




Bailey, Linda 130 
Bailey. Robin 73. 118, 131 
Baker, Rachel 78. 113 
Barber, Kimberly 66 
Barber, Tracy 73 
Barker, Bob 118 



Barnell. Tyson 78 

Barron. Donald 88. 94 

Barto. Erin 66 

Barto. Jon 13. 78 

Baudanza Electric C. Inc. 187 

Bauman. David 65, 73. K)7, 134, 135 

Bauman. Thomas 66. 67, 106. 107 

Beardsley. Linda 30. 46 

Bcardsley. Sharon 73. 141 

Bebezas. Rosemane 88 

Beckwith. Pam 6, 13, 30, 46, 54, 56. 

133, 160. 161 

Bedford Charier Service 178 

Bedford Exxon 193 

Bedford Fire Dept 179 

Bedford Florist 183 

Bedford Jeweler 183 

Bedford Mechanical Inc. 183 

Bedford Optical Co 180 

Bedford Police 167 

Bedford Real Estate 191 

Bedford Sport Shop 195 

Bedford Travel 193 

Bedford Travellodge 184 

Beecy Painting £ General Contract 

ing 184 

Beecy. Tamara 73. 143 
Bellacini. Wilham 66 
Bennett. Carlene 66 
Bcnsley, Heather 73, 110, 133. 133. 
Benson. Leah 78, 83, 134. 136. 14! 
Bergin. John W. Md. 193 
Berry. Shannon 78. 139 
Besse. Laura 73, 134 
Bieren, James 30, 46 
Biggio, Robert 88 
Birch, Janice 88 
Birmingham, Eric Dr, 180 
Birmingham, Scott 66. 107. 135, 154 
Bishop, Courtney 31, 46, 56, 
Bishop. Rachell 10. II, 31, 46, 177 
Bishop, Roslyn 66 

Bishop. Steven 6. 16. 31. 46. 53. 115. 133 

Bishop. Susan 78. 81, 110 

Blair. Lynda 66. 67, 134, 136, 137, 139, 

141. 145. 307 

Blakeny, Lois 103, 307 

Bland, Jim 73 

Blogelt, Chelby M, 31. 46. 58. 143. 154. 
197 

Bobrowski. Mary 88 
Boehm. Elizabeth 78 
Boffa, Anne 73. 118, 134 
Boothe, Melissa 73 
Boruchovich. Boris 45, 46, 131 
Boudreau. Deborah 73, 134 
Bougopoulos, Judy 103 
Bowens 173 



Bowers. Doran 78 

Boyd. Adam 73 

Bradshaw. Brian 78 

Bragg, Andy 73 

Bragg, Hannah 7, 31. 46. 48 

Bragga. Aldevino 88 

Brailey. Tracey 78 

Branca, Roberta 31. 46. 145 

Breland. Barry 31. 46 

Brill. Julie 73. 131. 145. 148 

Brine. Enice 88 

Brown & Brown 198 

Brown. Mathew 73 

Bruce. Matthew 73 

Bruha. Ann 78. 116, 134 

Bruno. Amy 33. 46. 133 

Buckley. Joseph 15. 86 

Buczynski. Mark 73 

Buczynski. Niccolaus 73 

Bueno, Melissa 66 

Builders Hardware & Supply 176 

Bumann. Thomas 65. 73. K)7 

Burke. Michael 73 

Burlington Studios 169 

Burns. Susan 66. 67. 70, 143 

Burton, Diana 66, 114 

Busch. Bill 73. 119 

Buxton. John 66. 135 

Byrd, Ronnie 73. (07, 133 

Byron. Ruth 88 




Cacciola, Peter 5, 85, 88, 304 

Catssie, Linda 78 

Callahan, Annmarie 33. 46. 89 

Callahan. Danny 78. 135 

Callender. Michael 6. 33. 46. 51. 115, 

139. 133 

Cambell. Donny 73. 107 
Cambell. Kerry 73 
Cameron. Paul 33, 46. 134. 193 
Campbell. Cynthia 78 
Campbell. Edward 88. 106 
Cantella, Matthew 33, 46, 48 
Canter, Lawrence 86 
Capezzuto, Andrea 73 
Cardoos. Ryan 78, 137 
Carey. Brett 78. 130. 134 
Carey. Robert 73. 131. 134 



200/1 NDEX 



Caristr. Teresa 66. 67. 70. 13'' 

Carlisle. Andy 78 

Carlson. David 73. 107 

Carlson, laura 78. 134. X)3 

Carlson. Roberl 3. 32. 46. 167. 180 

Carlson. Victor 88 

Carlton Willard Village 177 

Carlton. Heather 78. 142. 143 

Carr. Emily 72. 131. 134 

Carroll. Janet 72. 114 

Carroll. Leslie 22. 46. 58. 134. 154. 161. 

207 

Carroll, lynne 22. 46. 114. 128. 154. 161 

Carter. John 66. 119, 160 

Caruso. James 78. 119 

Casey, Alicia 7. 23, 46. 58, 194 

Cash, Staci 66 

Casserly. Andrea 78. 134 

Cassidy. Nicole 23. 46. 51. 59. 97. 135. 

114. 177 

Casletter. Dennis 3. 4. 45. 46 

Castro. Christi Anne 66. 136. 137. 139. 

141. 144. 145. 147. 207 

Celleste. John 77 

Center Hair Stylists 193 

Cervo. Suzanne 88 

Chaires. Andre 79 

Chaires. Rafael 45, 46. 107. 207 

Chemlen. Michael 79 

Chepolis. Lori 134. 145 

Christian. Peter 69 

Chubb. Courtney 72, 118. 144 

Chui. Chi Sun 79 

Cierpial. Karen 4, 15. 23. 46. 56. 101. 

134. 148, 154 

Ciolfi, Roberl 88 

Clancy. David 72. 131 

Clancy. Susan 66. 85, 114. 131. 145. 177 

Clark. Helen 66. 118. 147 

Clemons. Chris 72. 121 

Clements. Marcia 7. 23, 46 

Clifford, Brian 66 

Clifford. Tamara 79 

Cofieid. Trina 79 

Coke. Elizabellh 23. 46 

Coke. Laverne 73. 70 

Colbath. Elisabeth 67. 136. 137. 139. 141. 

148 

Coleman. Christine 3. 23. 46. 164. 207 

Collins. Kenneth 45. 46. 84 

Collins. Robert 46 

Colliton. James 65. 72. K)7. 137 

Concannon. David 73. 135 

Cone. Lisa 33. 46. 94 

Connolly. Kevin 91. 101 

Connors. Paul 73. 137 

Conway. Kelly 33. 46. 51 

Conway. Tricia II. 19. 34. 46. 53. 110. 



132. 134. 135 

Cook. Christopher 67. 109 
Cook. James 72. K)7 
Cook. Laura 72. 118 
Cook. Tracy 113 

Cooke. Carole 67. 147. 154, 160. 161 

Cooney. Keith 72 

Cordes. Erik 79 

Corea. Angela 79. 118. 130. 134 

Corea. Peter 65. 135. 136. 137. 139. 141 

Corey. Lori 24. 46. 161 

Corey. Randy 79 

Corey. Scott 67 

Coriaty. Christopher 79 

Coriaty. Sean 72 

Corley. Gary 79 

Corliss. William 91 

Coronado. Michelle 72 

Correa. Eugene 24, 46 

Cosiellic. Darrel 79 

Costello. Jill 67. 110. 134. 147. 148. 160 

Courtney. Jason 67. 125 

Couvee, Annelouise 67. 154 

Cozzi. James 24. 46 

Crescenzi. Greg 12. 135. 145. 207 

Crocker. Susan 79 

Cronin. Paul 79 

Cuoto. Daniel 79 

Curley. Kevin 72. 107 

Curran. John 73 

Cuthbert. Jay 73. 84. 109 




D'Androgora. Lou 91 
D'Errico. Alicia 35. 46 
D Errico. Bill 73 

Dacey. Richard 3. 34. 46. 51. 53. 54. 
134. 135. 140. 141 

Dalrymple. Debra 73. 134. 145. 151 
Dameron. Susan 7. 34, 46. 93 
Dameron. Vernon 91 
Damery, Nancy 34, 46, 58. 134. 165, 
183. 307 

Daniell, Adrienne 34, 46. 307 
Davenport. John 71 
Davidson's Pharmacy 187 
Davis. Barbara 91. 98 
Davis. Eric 35. 46 
Dean. S, Lacey 79 



Decapus. Gerry 138 
Dedrick. Robin 73 

DeGregory. Russell 35, 46. 134. 135. 

145. 151. 157. 307 

Delellis. David 3. 35. 46. 101 

Demattio. Michael 3. 15. 35. 46. 106. 

K37. 131. 133. 168 

Denaro. Pat 35. 46. 53 

DeSantis. Debbie 13. 67, 154 

Desilets, Brendan 153 

DeTorre, Angela 138 

Devlin. Scott 45. 46 

Dick. Dyson 6 Kilmartin PC 191 

DiClemcnle. Joan 91 

DiNisco. Cheryl 67. 177 

Dinilto. Edward 73 

Dinitto. Kristen 73 

Dion. Peter 65. 73. 137 

DiPielro. Charles 91 

Ditore, Angela 79 

Dmochowski, Laura 65. 73. 75. 113. 
138. 138 

Doan. Linh 13. 67. 134. 145. 148. 161. 307 

Doherty. Mike 67. 71 

Doherly. Richard 35. 46 

Doherty. Robert 79. 119 

Doiron. Theresa 91 

Donahue. Kevin 25. 46. 106. 107 

Donaldson. Kathy 138 

Donaldson. Linda 79 

Donaldson. Steve 67, 145, 152 

Donato. Rachael 26. 46 

Donham's Book Store 181 

Donovan Realators 182 

Donovan. Eleanor 85. 91 

Donovan. Michael 91 

Dougherty, Kristin 6. II. 26. 46. 53. 92. 

110. III. 122. 123 

Doughty. Dennis 67 

Doughty. Heather 79. 112. 113 

Doughty. Kathy 73. 110, 133, 134 

Dowling. Elizabeth 91 

Drake. Paul 73 

Drenas. Kathleen 91 

Drew. Chris 45. 46 

Drummond. Anne 86 

Drohan. Susan II. 36. 46. 54. 143. 154 

Drouin. Michele 67. 68 

Duda. Peter 73. 137 

Duggan, Thomas 3, 86, 89, 147 

Dunham's Book Store 181 

Durkin, Julianne 67, 68, 69, 136, 141. 145 

Dutra. Pamela II. 15. 19. 36. 46. 51. 54. 

56. 154 

Dworshak. Todd 73. 119. 151 

Dyson. Jenepher II. 36. 46. 53. 110. III. 

133. 133. 184. 193. 307 




Eagles. Dr i Mrs. E. 195 
Eagles. Jeff 67, 119. 153. ISO 
Ebersole. Kirsiin 36. 46. KX. 131. 148. 
154. 183. 198 
Eden. Thomas 67 
Edwards. Metanie 67. 131 
Elder, Doug 36. 46. 131. 147 
Ellingson. 147 

Ennis. Caroline 110. 133. 133. 
Enright. Carole 

EricSon. Camilla 67. 113. 138. 141 
Erikson. Robin 103 

Erlich. Adam 67. 135. 136. 137. 144, 145. 
147. 153 

Evans. Meredith 67. 131. 134. 110 
Evans. Todd 36. 46. 180 




Fairbanks. Laura 73. 134 

Falcione. Fran 103 

Falgiano. Frank 73 

Fallon, Wayne 37, 46. 106. 107 

Fardy. George 91 

Farmer, Chris 67, 131 

Farmer, Kimberly 79. 131 

Feliman. Sheila 37. 46. 59. 136. 137. 141. 

145. 151. 157. 303 

Ferguson. Marc 79 

Fern. Mike 37. 46. 54. 56. 137. 187 

Fiato. Nicole 73 

Fichera. John 131 

Fields. Lore 67. 69. 97. 116. 134. 154. 190 

Figg. Darren 79 

Finkelsiein. Janice 103 

Finklestein. Denise 37. 46. 161 

Finney. Eric 73 

Fiorino. Debbie 37. 46. 147 

Fitzgerald. Robert 6 

Flores. Robert 73. 97. 134. 145. 157 

Flynn. Kara 4. 19. 37. 46. 101. 133. 148. 

154 



Foisy. George 

Folweiler, Helen 131 

Folweiler, Robin 13. 67. 113. 113. 131. 145. 

147. 148. 154 

Fougere. Gabrielle 67 

Fox. Dave 73, 135 

Franklin, Heather 67, 136, 141 

Franks, Edward 79 

Frazicr. Scott 68. 151 

French. Angela 78. 79 

French. Claire 91 

French. Jeff 5. 15. 37. 46. 81. 105. 106. 

K)7. 168. 187. 307 

French. Sibyl 91 

Freni. Darryl 79 

Fryer. Leslie 79. 113. 145 

Funari. Tracey 73. 93 




Gage. David 37. 46. 135. 136. 141. 144. 
145 

Galani. Elizabeth 79. 145. 157 

Gallant. Stephen 67. 68 

Gardner. Edward 73. 107. 127 

Garibotto. Jeff 67. 131 

Garofalo. George 73 

Garrett. Seamus 4. II. 38. 53. 108. 109. 

133. 134. 194 

Gaul. Roger 79. 138 

Gauntleti. Brian 38. 68 

Gautier. Angela 79, 135 

Gellately, Brian 3. 46. 307 

General. Irene 79. 83, 118 

Gerbrands, Chuck 6. 38. 46. 54, 134, 

191 

Gerbrands. Gretchen 79. 110. 134. 138 

Gcrlek. Michael 38. 46. 48. 151 

Gelte. Christopher 79 

Gette. Melissa 67. 68. 114. 138, 143 

Getty. Lisa 79 

Getz. Betty 38. 46. 307 

Gfroerer. Helen 93. 307 

Giancola. Stephanie 93. 307 

Giard. Donald 79 

Giddis. Elaine 93. 145 

Gilbert. Jayson 79, 130 

Giles, Lisa 73 

Gillis. Mike 38. 46. 178 

Gillis. Scott 79 

Glatfelier. Timothy 151 



INDEX/201 



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1. The beginning of a masterpiece. 2. Suzanne Shapiro, Kelly 
O'Meara, Laura Carlson, Cheryl Millman, and Sheila Feltman 
take a break at rehearsal. 3. Carolyn Matthews reads the 
names. 



202/INDEX 



Glazier. Mary 65, 73. 70 
Glennon. Mike 45, 68 
Glomski, Eric 45, 46 
Godart. Amy 79, 138 
Godart, Kristin 74 
Godfredsen. Taavo 79. 134, 125 
Goel. Achintya J8. 46. 147 
Goel. Aruna 74. 134 
Golley. Ginette 89. 93 
Gollis. Bernard 93 
Golub. Aron 79 

Gonzalez. Michele 28. 46. 136. 137. 
141. 145 

Goodale. David 79 
Goodale. Lisa 74. 118. 130 
Goodale. Paul 79 

Goodpasier, Beih 65. 74, 134, 138, 148 

Gordon Optical 187 

Gorgens. Kim 74. 118, 131 

Gould Motors Inc. 194 

Goyette, Stephanie 74 

Greelish. David 74, 73. 130, 131 

Green, Beth 77. 78 

Green. Christine 68. 103 

Green, Patrick 79 

Green. Thomas 74 

Greenway. Robert 93 

Greenwood. Robert 135 

Griffin, Simeon. 74 

Griffith, Tom 137 

Grof, Daryte 74 

Grunes, Beth 74 

Guetersloh, Mark 39, 46. 84. 144, 151 

Guidetti, Dean 68 

Gullage, Paula 14. 18. 19. 93 

Gulley, Elizabeth 74, 148 

Gurley, Meg 66, 68. IK). 134. 136. 141. 

147. 148. 159. 161 




Hadley. Casandra 68 
Hagar. Richards 93. 153 
Hagerty. Tom 68. 130 
Haggerty. Janice 77. 93 
Hair by Harris 195 
Hair Gallery 190 
Hale. Dcvin 74. 136, 137, 141. 307 
Hall. Kim 68. 7! 



Halloran. Tom 68 

Hamby. Brad 37. 115. 138. 139. 131 

Hamby, Chris 109, 131 

Hamby, Harold 46, 74, 108. 109 

Hamilton. Marguerite 93 

Hanf. Karl 68. 147. 153 

Hanley. Connie 93 

Hanley, Maureen 93 

Hanley, Robert 74. 115. 138. 138 

Hannon, Robyn 74, 133. 134 

Hannon. Roxanne 79. 134 

Hanson. Darrell 68. \0S, 109. 138. 145. 

147. 153. 178 

Hanson. Sue 68. 69 • - - 

Hanson. Travis 80 ^ 

Happy. Donna 93 

Harden. Jamie 39. 46. 138. 139. 

Harrington. Jean 68 

Harrington. Paul 68, K58, 109. 153 

Harrington, Russell 80. 137 

Harrington, Thomas 80 

Harris, Allanna 68 

Harris. Lynn 80 

Harris. Zenobia 80, 103 

Harrison. Dana 39. 46, 106, 107. 137. 168 

Hartwell. Lisa 13. 80 

Hauck, David 74 

Hauge. Robert 13, 66, 67, 68, 131. 151 
Hawkins. Susan 39, 46. 59. 135. 151. 196 
Hawley, Catherine 80 
Hayward, Cindy 45 
Hector, Tracey 74, 133. 134 
Hcggestad, Lauren 29, 46, 89. 130, 145. 
147. 160 

Heise. Fred 68 

Hibbard. Jean 93 

Higham. Anne 74. 118 

Hill. John 95 

Hill. Judd 66. 68. 103 

Hill. Karen 68. 69. 118. 147, 160 

Hirsch, Michelle 74. 133. 148 

Hirsh. Stephanie 39. 46, 59. 134, 

Hocker, Kristen 13, 39, 46, 51. 94. 110, 

147. 148, 154. 177. 199 

Hoffman. Alan 45. 46 

Hoffman. Robert 145 

Hollis. David 80 

Hollis. Richard 3, 30. 46. 51. 115. 134. 
144. 147 

Holloway, Felicia 68 
Holloway, Darren 74 
Holmstead, Karen 80, 118. 131. 134 
Holmstead. Gene 30, 46. 131. 151 
Holtzman. Rene 74. 75. 118. 148 
Holzberlein. Sue 130 
Hooper. Patty 30. 46 



Hopkins. Christina 68, 134. 138. 141 
Horton. Christina 80, 134, 139 
Hoston, Kristina 138 
Hovsepian. Dorothy 95, 155. 160 
Howard, Sylvia 80 
Hubbard. Melissa 80 
Huff. Clint 95 

Huffman. Matt 68, 145, 147, 151, 157. 
177, 30», 307 

Huffman. Robert 68, 119. 136. 137. 141 

Huffman. Scott 80 

Huffman. William 74 

Hughes. Lynn 30. 46. 48, 59, 154, 160. 

161, 177, 196 

Hull. Kerry 74 

Hunt. Gary 95 

Hunt. Julie 75. 134. 157 

Hupperich. Erika 75 

Hurt, Robert 80 




Ingalls, Joseph 75 

Ingalls. Kimberley 80 

Ingalls. Tracy 68. 70 

Ingraham, Yoma 95 

lovino. Dottie 6, 30 

lovino, Lena 68 

Isabelle. Nicole 80 

Isnor. Eric 30. 46. 56. 106. 107. 168. 307 




Jackson. Bryan 80, 138 
Jaillet, Jodi 30. 46. 89 
Japp. John E. Md 181 
Jarek. Kevin 68 
Jarvis. Patrick 75. KK. 107 
Jeannotte. Joanna 30, 46, 54, 56. 134 
Jenkins. Becky Anne 75 



Jensen, Jeffrey 75 

JJ Cleaners 181 

Johnson. Gail 31. 46 

Johnson. Mark 69. Q5. 136. 141 

Johnson. Michael 68. 107. 154 

Jones. Allen 80 

Jones. Doug 75. 107 

Jones. Harold 05 

Jones. Sieve 31. 46 

Jones. Tina 80 

Joy. Lillian 65. 69. 70 

Joyce. Bob 69 

Judge. John 95 





Kane. Brian 80 
Kaplan. Kenneth 170 
Katz. Stephanie I. 31. 46. 154 
Kelleher. David 80 
Kelly. Jame> 95 

Kelliher. Patrick 80. 136. 137. 141 

Kelly. Erin 69. 154. 164 

Kennedy. Daniel 75. 138. 139. 138. 145. 

157 

Kennedy. David 141 

Kenney. Michael 4. II. 31. 46. 48. 54. 

56. 65. 133. 136 

Kenney. Michelle 80. 145. 157 

Keup. William 95. 98 

Khoxayo, Sommala 75. 131 

Khoxayo. Sompong 31. 46 

Kimmins. Jennifer 31. 46. 134 

Kinney. Joan 90. 95 

Kirkland. Tanya 80. 138 

Kirton. Peter 103 

Kleiman. Gary 13. 69. 115. 138. 145, 147 

Klein, Mia 6, II, 31, 46 

Kolarik, Leslie 31. 46 

Koenig. Jennifer 67. 69. 71. 147. 154, 

155. 161 

Koslishack, Sara 75. 134. 135. 138 

Kramer. Richard 75. 131 

Krueger, Catherine 95, 144 

Kupfrian, Dave 69 

Kupiec, Tamar 75, 114, 138 

Kupiec, Yael 31. 46. 51, 94. 114, 138, 136, 

147, 187 



Lacovara, Megan 75 
Laliberte, Michelle 75 
Laliberte. Wendy 33, 46 
Lamonakis, Linda 103 
Landrigan, Chris 69, 131, 183 
Lane, Mark 137 

Larkin, Bill 69, 134, 145, 151, 157. 30, 

Larkin, Jim 69, 134, 145, 157, 307 

Larsen, Dana 80, 110. 131, 138 

Larsen, Eric 69, 108, 109, 131, 145 

Larsen, Guy 135 

Lauzon, Melody 33, 46 

Lavelanet, Alain 119 

Lawrence. Philip 69. 115. 144. 148 

Leahy. Anthony 75 

Leary. Brenda 69 

Lee. Terry 66. 69. 115. 135. 136. 137 

Lee. Vicki 80. 136. 137. 141 

Lehan. Nancy 95 

Leibmann. Rory 86 

Leiby. Ben 69 

Lent. Judith 95 

Leonick. Tricia 6. 33. 46 

Lerner, Larry 75 

levesque, Rene 75 

Lewis, D. James 80, 81 

Lexington Plumbing & Heat 167 

Libby, Ben 186 

Libby. Diane II. 33. 46. 177 

Light. Marilyn 95 

Lindskog Bal. Co. 183 

Linehan, Bridget 75, 134 

Linz, Christine 33, 46. 113. 113, 134, 147, 

161, 196 

Linz. Lisa 13. 66. 69. 113. 131. 133. 148. 
154. 145 

Lipczer, Karen 80, 138 

Lipczer. Michelle 5, 33, 46, 58, 89, 116, 

154 

Litchfield. Kerry 33. 46. 164. 307 
Liu. Shawn 80 
Lohrum. Alison 95 

Looney. Deb 5. 19. 33.46, 56, 81, 116, 154 

Looney, Pamela 80, 116, 134 

Lord, Chad 80 

Lord, Janet 33, 46, 154 

Lord, Kenneth 75, 77, 137 



Lovecchio, Dorothy 95 

Lovecchio, Joseph 80 

Lovely, Debbie 6, 33. 46. 165. 183. 194. 

307 

Luken. Robert 96 

Lund. Jennifer 75. 77. 110. 134. 135. 136. 
137. 138. 141 

Luongo's Dry Cleaners 183 




MacDonald. Sandy 13. 33, 46, 48, 59, 

81, 160, 161, 183. 307 

Mace. David 75 

Macharrie. Lisa 75 

Mackie. Chris 75. 130 

Mackintosh. Mary 77 

Macklin. Ann 131 

Macquilken. Kathleen 33. 46, 89, 165 

Maczko, Brian 75, 118. 119 

Maczko. Sandra 96. 118. 119 

Mahar. Chuck 67. 69. 137 

Mani. Charu 69 

Mann, Jonathan 33,46, 147 

Mann, Julie 69, 145, 147 

Manning. Tracey 78, 80, 83, 134, 136, 

141 

Marino, Michael 75 
Marino, Michelle 80 
Marklis, Beverly 96 
Marshalls 197 

Martell, Christine 4, 13, 19, 33, 46, 51, 

59, 110, 130, 133, 147, 154, 160, 161, 176, 199 

Martell, Laura 80, 161 

Martin, William 80 

Martines, Angela 80 

Massa. Chris 6, 33, 46, 108, 138. 139. 

147 

Mathews, Carolyn 66, 67, 69, 136, 141, 
145, 147, 148, 154, 190, 303 
Maxon. Jenny 4, 34, 46, 118, 133, 133, 
133, 147. 160. 161. 176. 181. 190 
Maxon. Laura 13. 66. 69. 118. 133. 133. 
147. 154 

Maxwell, Ben 78, 93, 93, 96 
Mazzeo, Wendy 75 
Mazzotta, Matthew 75, K». 131 
McAleer, Ruth 96 



McAllister, Benedict 80 
McAllister, Pat 69, 153 
McArdle, Robin 78, 80, 113, 113, 131 
McArdle, Tracey 34, 46, 54, 89, 131, 
147. 154. 160. 177 
McCarthy. John 90, 96, 147 
McClatchey. Carol 6. 15. 19. 34. 46. 51. 
130. 136. 143. 145. 160. 161. 176. 199 
McCollem. Carolyn 34. 46 
McCombs, Cindy 75 
McConnell, Larry 34, 46 
McCravy, Michael 5, 34, 46, 165, 178 
McCravy, Sheila 66, 67, 69, 143, 307 
McCulloch, George 75, 135 
McCune. John 34, 46, 137 
McCune. Mark 75 
McDonalds 165. 186 
McDonough. JoAnne 69. 71. 136. 138. 
143. 145 

McGarry. Dr Guy 178 
McGillick, David 45, 46, 135 
McGillick, Sherry 75 
McGillick, Thomas 69 
McGilvray, Erika 75. 136. 141 
McGilvray, Heather 4. 34, 46, 51. 97. 
IK). 133. 161. 176. 190, 199 
McGovern, James 80, 83 
McGovern, Kathi 69, 75, 113, 133, 133, 
141, 147, 154, 161 

McGovern, Kathleen 75, 138, 138, 157, 
160 

McGovern, Kerry 35, 46. 56, 59, 85, 
HO. 133, 133, 133 

McGovern, Lucy 35, 46, 48, 113, 113, 
133, 133. 154. 196 
Mclnnis. Luke 80. 130 
Mcintosh. Chris 69. 130 
Mcintosh. Mary 75 
McKie. Jane 69 

McLaughlin. Allyson 4. 35. 46. 89. 118. 
133. 197 

McMahan, Brenda 35, 46, 48, 54, 136, 
137, 138, 145, 151 

McManus, Arthur 89, 96, 104, 119, 307 

McNabb, Diane 80 

McNeany. Lori I. 35, 46, 93, 133, 154, 

196 

McNeany, T.J. 15. 75. 107 

McNeer. Joseph 80 

McNeer. Ty 138 

Mead Bros. Tree Service 196 

Mead. Donald 80 

Mead. Mary I. 5, 6, 35, 46 

Meffan, Patrick 80 

Meffan, Rob 35. 46. 107, 133, 168 

Melanson, Chester 86. 87. 307 



Melville, Gregory 75, 115. 135 
Melville. Sue 35 46, 114, 138, 154, 160. 
177. 178, 191 

Melvin, Melissa 6, 36, 46 
Mercuric, Rosemary 103 
Mercurio, Lou 103 

Meyers, Jessica 75, 84, 133, 145, 157 

Mickel, Ken 69 

Miele, Jean 96 

Mierzykowski, Shawn 80 

Mierzykowski, Stephanie 69, 70 

Millar, Dan 45, 46 

Miller, James 75 

Miller, Pamela 80, 110 

Millette, Melissa 75, 77 

Milligan, Karen 36, 46 

Milliken, Eugene 96 

Millipore 173 

Millman, Alissa 78, 80. 131 

Millman. Cheryl 36. 46. 116, 144, 148. 

303 

Minassian, Craig 75, 135 

Mitchell, Jacqueline 13 

Mitre 174 

Mix Elowcrs 190 

Mizzoni, Margaret 75. 110 

Mohammed. Ishmael 75 

Mohammed. Salim 36. 46. 144 

Molinari. Keith 70, 130, 137 

Moll, Gwen 73. 75. 143 

Montgomery. Christine 35. 46. 89. IK). 

133, 161, 166 

Monttero, Edward 45, 46 

Moody, Brian 71 

Moody, Christine 70, 71 

Moore, Robert 83 

Moore. Shirley 103 

Moore. Stephen 75 

Moosick, Michelle 3. 36. 46 

Moreau. Jennifer 73. 76. 133. 144 

Morns. Michelle 76. 113 

Morrison. Kelly 76 

Morrison, Scott 83 

Morse, Bruce 96 

Mosca, Bonnie 83 

Mosca, Debbie 36, 46 

Mosca, Nancy 83 

Moss, Donald 96 

Mullen, Ronel 70, 135 

Murchinson, Gemena 70, 103 

Murphy, Crystal 4, 14, 15, 19, 36. 46. 

48, 54, 56, 133, 154 

Murphy, Kimberly 37, 46. 48, 59, 134 
Murray, Kelli 70 
Murray, Richard 67, 70 
Murray, Timmy 137 






Nauglcr. Chris 6. 37, 46, 53. 54. 134. 
135. 176 
Nautilus 168 
Nazarro. Evelyn 10^ 
Neisier. John 160. X» 
Niblack. Eric 37, 46, 131 
Nocca. Lewis 37, 46, 85, Id, 177 
Norton, Gregory 96. 03. Oi 




O'Brien, Craig 83. 137 

O Brien, Neil 76, 130, 144 

O'Donnell, Becky 69, 70, 161, 167 

O'Donnell, Roberta 103 

O Hara. Alice 70, 113, 148, 161 

O Malley, Michael 83 

O'Malley. Christopher 76 

O Meara. Kelley 83. 134. 303 

O'Neil. Amy 83 

O'Neil. Barbara 96 

O'Neil, David 4, II, 14, 15, 19, 37. 46. 54. 

106. 138. 139. 133. 160 168 

O'Neil. Debbie 4, II, 15, 37, 46, 54, 59, 

133, 147, 160. 161, 196 

O'Shaughnessy. James 96 

Gates, Julie-Ann 65. 76 

Olsen. Diane 138 

Olsen. Jane 83 

Olsen. Patricia 37, 46, 48, 53, 160, 161 
Orris, Brenda 70 
Oswald, Diane 83 
Oswald, Mike 135 
Olhmer. Chris 37. 46, 54 




Paganis, Denise 5. 38. 46. 48. 58. 147. 
160. 161, 183 



Paganis, Stathe 70 

Paglia, Anthony 83, 131 

Paige, Kellie 70 

Palmer. Leonard 89. 96, 144 

Pang. Helene 70 

Panzeri, Samuel 83 

Papalia, Jean Mane 134, 136, 141 

Papalia, Mary 76, 138 

Pan, Bruce 106 

Park, Bruce 38, 46, 106, 107, 138. 168 

Parker. Irene 99. 103. 103. 198 

Parker. Martha 99 

Parker, Robert 99 

Parnell. Lee 83. 130 

Pass i Weisz, Inc 193 

Paton. James 83. 134. 145 

Patterson. Jeff 83 

Patterson. Kathy 83 

Patuleia. Joseph 153 

Pavlas. Lee 76 

Payette. Jodi 76. 119. 151 

Pearson. Glen 76. 107 

Pease. Kellie 38. 46. 48. 145. 157, 160, 

161, 307 

Pecora, John 76, 130. 138 

Pederson. Kenneth 83 

Pellegrini. Patricia 99 

Penney. Susan 67. 70, 143 

Perkinson, Helen 4, 7, 38. 46. 133 

Perry. Richard 76 

Petersen. Teresa 76 

Peterson. Jason 70 

Peterson. Nicole 70. 307 

Petrecca. Sheryl 76. 110. 133 

Petrilla. Richard 70 

Petrillo. Robert 99. 106, 307 

Phinney, Keith 77, 85, 99 

Picard, Nicole 76, 136, 141, 145, 157 

Pignatiello, Lisa 70, 118 

Pike, Gregory 76, 131 

Pllla, Anthony 90. 99 

Pisani. Carol 76 

Pisani. Tina 70 

Pittman. Bob 38. 46. 70 

Pittman. Lisa 38. 46. 51. 89 

Pitts. Michelle 19. 38. 46. 134. 154. 196 

Pomponi. Renata 38. 46. 53. 130. 136. 

137. 140, 141, 145, 147, 160 

Poole. Terry 70. 114, 138, 147 

Porter, Thomas 76, 137 

Powell, Clarence 83, 103 

Powers, Walter 99 

Prescott, Kathryn 76 

Preston, Andrea 39, 46, 48 

Preston, Victoria 45, 46 

Primak, Dan 39, 46 

Priority Press 167, 173 

Probolus, Susan 97. 99 

Professional Hair Designers 185 

Puffer. Sara 83 

Pullen. Adrian 76 

Pulliam. Patience 39. 46. 165 



Putney. William 83 
Pysczynski. Diane 76. 77 
Pysczynski. Linda 5. 39. 46. 81. 154. 
160. 177 




Quality Imports 180 
Quin. Joe I. 39. 46. 85. KH 
Oulnn. Kristen 76 




IR E R Inc 191 
Rainis. Denise 99. 148 
Ralston. Doreen 99 
Ralston. Megan 70. 133. 147 
Raytheon 171 
Recardelli. Joseph 103 
Redding. James 76 
Reed. Kathy 307 

Reinisch. Ulnke 39. 46. 56. 97. 144. 
145. 147. 151. 153. 157. 160 161 
Renzo's 171 

Reynolds. John 89. 99. 130 
Reynolds. Shawn 76. 119 
Reynolds. Susan 7. 39. 46. 94 
Ricci. Anne 83. 131. 134 
Ricci. Linda 67. 70. 131. 134. 136. 141. 
147. 160 

Rice. Herman 15. 67. 69. 70. K36. 107. 
137. 168 

Richards. Diane 39. 46. 54. 89, 154, 
168. 307 

Richardson, Shana 76, 161 
Richardson, Teddy 83 
Ricker, Pamela 74. 75. 76 
Ricker. Scott 76. 135 
Ricker, William 83, K)3 
Rinaldi, Michael 99 
Rivet, Jeffrey 83 
Rivinius, Cindy 83, 113, 113, 134 
Roberts, Amy A. 76 
Roberts, Amy M 76, 134 

Robinson, Barbara 99 

Robinson, Rather 70, K)7 

Robson, Dwighl 83 



1. Is Matt Huffman flying? 2. Mr. Sabourin lets Mr, Cacciola 
ride the donkey. 3. A different view of the school. 



204/INDEX 



Rodriguez. Jeannine 76 

Rodriguez, Josie Ann 40. 46. BO. 143. 

154, 168 

Rogers, Slacey 40, 46. 51. 103. 101. 198 
Rolltnson. Andrew 70 
Romanik, jay 83 

Rosenberg. Ambriel 83. 78. 134. 157 

Rosenbeeg. Michael 45, 46, 54, 56. X>7 

Rowell. Sarah 83 

Russell Sibley Contracting 194 

Russo. Caryn 76. 77. I|g 

Russo. Jonathan 83 

Russo. Patricia 161 




Sabetiy. Susan 40. 46. 113. 113. 154. 196 

Sabourin. Armand 77. 98. 99. 106. 304 

Saisa. Peter 83 

Sakelakos. Deborah 66. 100 

Saldin. Kimberly 83 

Sallzman. Chen 76. 116 

Sandblom. Eric 40. 46. 307 

Sandford. Polly 76. 134 

Sarcia. Maria 69. 70. 116. 154 

Savage. Kristin 83 

Savioli. Andrea 70. 89 

Sayles. R. Allen 83. 108. 109 

Scalise. Kristen 83 

Schaencman. Christine 83. 118. 130 

Scheick. Barclay 15. 70. 106. 107. 154 

Scheick. Brian 76. 107 

Schlueter. Larry 119 

Schoorcns. Sue 70. 75 

Sciaraffa. Patti 13. 65. 75. 76. 77. 138. 

134. 138. 148 

Scotsman Contracting Co. 176 
Scott. Denise 40. 46. 154. 161 
Scott. Imal 83. 115 
Scott. Ken 76 

Sears. Nate 40. 46. 134. 145. 151. 157 

Segal. Suzanne 83. 134 

Serra. Roberta 76 

Shamon, Mike 76. 107. 137 

Shapiro. Suzanne 76. 118. 131. 138, 303 

Sharkey. Debbie 70 

Shavers, Aaron 100 

Sha*, Lesley 40. 46. 145. 151. 153. 157 

Shaw. Patrick 6. 40. 46 

Shay. Maryanne KX) 

Sheehan, Ann 103 

Sherman. Bill 70 

Sherman, Maryellen 45 

Shiner, Kelly 41. 46 



Shuie. Tim 83 

Sibley. Valerie 76 

Simmons. Darlene 5. 41. 46. 154 

Simmons. Lisa 7. 71 

Smallwood. Amy 65. 83 

Smallwood. Matt 70. 71 

Smith. Brian 81. 83 

Smith. Christopher 41. 46. 147. 183 

Smith, Debora 41, 46, 103, 103, 198 

Smith. Jay 83, 133 

Smith. Matthew 81. 83 

Smith. Pamela 76 

Smith. Paul KXI. 136. 137. 138. 140. 141. 
143. 307 

Smith. Richard B DDS 187 

Smith. Russ 7. 15. 41. 46. 54. 56. 93. 106. 

W7, 134. 135. 133. 168 

Smith. Scott 3. 41. 46. 134. 135. 300 

Smith. Stacy 41. 46 

Smith. Tammie 45 

Smith. Tammie 46 

Smith. Tracy 71, 118 

Smith-Bridgland, Jay 83 

Snapp, Lisa I 

Snedeker. Tom 3. 41. 46 

Snee. Bernie 76. 131 

Snelson. Brian 43. 46. 138. 139 

Snelson. Kim 76 

Soderstom. Carolyn 43. 46. 133 

Soderstrom. Carl 83 

Solomita. Jim 71. 153 

Solomita. Lauren 78. 83 

Solomonides. John 43. 46. 56. 144. 145. 

147. 160 

Somerset. Sara 83. 134 

Sorgi. Uberta 90. 100 

Sparta. Restuarant 176 

Speence. Joan 100 

Spencer. Alice 71. 133. 148. 154 

Spencer. Jennifer 76. 118 

Spiewak. Kristme 83. 118 

Spinosa. Pasquale 100 

Spire Corporation 175 

Spofford. Andrew 77. 138 

St. Amour. Anthony 71. 147 

St. Amour. Paul 15. 43. 46. 85. 108. 131 

St Michael s Church 171 

Stamatakos. Peter 43. 46. 48. 51. KS. 

138. 139. 134 

Slander. John 3. 43. 46. 101 
Stanley. Eleanor 100 
Stanton. Susan 83 
Stefanidakis. Donna 71. 136. 141 
Stefanidakis. Georgia 77 
Stein. Michael 83. 134. 136. 137. 141 
Steve's Texaco 181 
Stouffer Bedford Glen Hotel 173 
Strange. Rob 5. 43. 46 
Strange. Thomas 83 
Sullivan. Christine 83. IW. 134 
Sullivan. Jake 89. 100. 138. 139 



Sullivan. Kimberly 83 

Sullivan. Laura 15. 43. 46. 154. 307 

Sullivan. Mark 71. 107 

Sullivan. Maureen 85. 89. 100. 114. 138, 

133. 307 

Sullivan. Paul 71 

Sullivan. Robert 77. 67. 73. 131. 135. 138. 
141. 145. 151. 157 
Sunderman. Till 71 

Suteeraehai. Kruaval 43. 46. 148. 149. 
161 

Sutton. Jennifer 70. 71. 113. 131. 147 
Sutton. Kathy 7. 43. 46. 53. K33. 134. 
183 

Swider. Greg 43. 46. 115. 138. 139. 160. 
195 

Sword. Christine 71. 97. 133 
Sycuro. Stephen 83. 145 
Szachara. Myra 43. 46. 81. 157 



Tyer. Ty 5. 15. 44, 46. 107. 133. 168. 177. 
191 




Udell. Scott 7. 101. 136. 137. 147. 151. 151 
Ullmann. Lawrence 89. K30 
Urban. Michelle 44. 46. 195 
Urquhart. Heather 83. 130 
Urquhart. Heidi 71. 113 
Urquhart. Matt 44. 46. 131. 144. 151 




Tanden. Neera 77. 145. 148. 157. 161 

Tanner. Tracy 43. 46. 51. 197. 307 

Taylor & Lloyd 185 

Taylor. Andre 3. 77. K)3. 135 

Taylor. Kim 71. 67. 154 

Telford. Mandy 13. 71. 130. 135. 136. 

137. 141. 147 

Theobald. Carl 77. 134. 141. 145. 157 
Thomas. David 43. 46 
Thomas. Mark 71. 131 
Thomas. Rebecca 77. 134 
Thompson. Brandee 83 
Thompson. Kristin 71. 130. 143 
Thompson. Marc 77 
Thompson. Tiffany 77 
Thorns. Dana 77 

Tilman. Teressa 7. 43. 46. 48. K33. 103. 

160. 170. 198 

Tingley. Calvin 89. 100. 144 

Tobey. Adam 83 

Tomczykowski. Laurie 83. 78 

Toomey. Selana 71 

Trant. David 83. 131 

Travers. Kim 5. 43. 46. 54. 94. 145. 151. 

154. 157. 160. 307 

Travers. Kristi 77 

Tremblay. Authur KX) 

Tres Chere Poodles 180 

Tsang. Adrienne 71. 131. 147. 148, 160, 

161. 177 

Tsfrekas, Iphegenia KX) 
Tyer, Todd 71, K)7, 154 




Varano, Keith 77 
Vasilakis, Kosta 83 
Venuti, Jean 83. 113 
Videolime 181 
Vinyard. Allen 44. 46 
Vose. Sam 77 




Waclawski. Sven 77 

Wadden. Gary 77, 138 

Walcott Sales 178 

Walcott. Carol KX3 

Walker. John 83. 119 

Wang. Helen 71 

Wachsler. Sharon 13. 77. 133 

Weather Services Inc 167 

Weaver. Adrienne 71. 97. 307 

Weicker. Jackie 77. 113. 145. 148. 151. 

157 

Weicker, Nathalie 71. 145. 147. 148 
Weinfurl. David 83 
Weinfurt. Joan 71. 130. 134 
Weisz. Jenn 13. 44. 46. 101. 134. 154. 170. 
183. 194 

Welch. Brian 71. 106. 307 

Welch. Tom 71. 115. 119. 135. 144. 145. 



147. 151. 153. 181 

Welch. Veronica 44. 46. 118. 130. 134. 

145. 147. 151. 157. 160, 161 

Wells. Tiffany 133 

Welsh. Jamie 77. K)7, 131 

Wentworth. Thomas 71. 153. 147 

Westcott. Lawrence 83 

Wheeler. Lia 83. 134 

Whitcomb. Natalie 83. 130. 

Whltcomb. Tiffany 71. 114 

White. Randy 77 

White. Sam 44. 46. 48. 138. 139 

White. Tammy 83 

Whiting. Kara 44. 46. 97, 151, 160, 300 

Whitl. Apryl 83. 113 

Whitt. Kim 77 

Whitt. Sharon 83. 113 

Whitten. Jeannie 83 

Wibber. Tammy 77 

Willson. Dave 110 

Wilson. Dale 15. 73. 100. K)3. 131 

Wilson. Heatherly 134 

Winters. Charles 71. 131 

Woodford. David 145 

Woodford. Nancy 13. 68. 69. 71. 134, 

136. 137. 141. 151 

Woodland. Wendy 83 

Woolworth's 167 

Wright. Matthew 3. 45. 46 

Wright. Quinn 45. 46. 170 

Wright. Suzanne 83. 83. 113. 136. 141 




Yatsko. Kristin 45. 46. 113. 113. 147 
Young. Anthony 45. 46. 53. 106. K)7 
Young. Brian 103. 151 
Young. Scott 77 
Young. Will 77 




Zeigler. Daonysta 77 
Zellner. Christopher 83 
Zoroglu. Cicek 69. 71 
Zuckerman. Marian 7. 45. 46. 170 




INDEX/205 






V that the year is end- 
ng it's easier to see that 
ichool wasn't that bad. 
These have been our 
Glory Days to re- 
member. Our classes 
were short compared 
to the amount of time 
spent outside of 
school. 



There are no more "bells", 43 
minute classes, or 20 minute 
lunches. Students have approxi- 
mately 3 months to get to their 
next class on time. Those of us 
who return to BHS don't do 
anything we wouldn't do! Be 
early for once! And to those of 
you who don't return. Good 



Luck! After all, we've received 
our education for the year, and 
we are now intelligent people 
ready to face the future. It's 
time to "make new friends, but 
keep the old". Remember, life 
isn't always the best it can be, 
but when it is, it's great! These 
are our Glory Days! 



206/CLOSING 




1. Eric Isnor 2. Kathy Reed 3. Jennifer Dyson 4. 
Maria Albanese, Kerry Litchfield, and Christine 
Coleman. 5. Happy Mr. Smith. 6. What is it? 7. 
A different view. 8. Kellie Pease, Lynda Blair, 
and Kim Travers. 9. Leonardo Abalahind 
rockin' to the music. 10. Linh Doan after an 
exhausting day. 11. Debbie Lovely and Nancy 
Damery hard at work. 12. Betty Getz, Mick Ro- 
senberg and Adrienne Daniel 13. A very tired 



Chris Martell. 14. Rafael Chaires, Brian Gelate- 
ly, and Eric Sandblom hit the books. 15. Sandy 
Macdonald and Leske Carroll. 16. Mrs. Sullivan 
helps Adrienne Weaver 17. Talk about incogni- 
to! 18. Charming Devin Hale. 19. B-wing stair- 
cases. 20. Tracy Tanner, Diane Richards, and 
Laura Sullivan. 21. Mrs. Gianacola helps Brian 
Welch and Nicole Peterson with the computers. 



Trivia Answers 

2. 2 3. Dave O'Neil 4. 7 5. 1955 6. September 27, 
1985 8. Russ DeGregory and Suzy Asbedian 10. 
Grade 10-209 students 11. $14,000 12. Mr. Pe- 
trillo 13. Greg Cresenzi and Kim Alcaide 14. 
1978 15. Miss Blakeney, Mr. McManus, Mr. 
Molanson, and Miss G 16. 1966- 67 17. 386 
(boys), 439 (girls) 19. Jeff French 20. Brian 
Welch, $49, Sheila McCravey 



qLOSING/207 




COLOPHON 

The 1986 SIGNUM cover style was 
Basin Street 381 with the applied col- 
ors of Blue 349 and Silver Foil 388. 
The names on the cover are Foil 
Stamped in Silver Foil 388. The end- 
sheet is a medium Blue 313 with a 
monogram of Silver Foil 323, printed 
side D in black ink. 

The yearbook consists of 208 pages. 
The book was rounded and backed 



with blue headbands. The first 48 
pages are 100 lb. Gloss and the re- 
maining pages are 80 lb. dull 199. The 
first 16 pages are printed in process 
color. 

The Senior portraits were printed 
with a silver Tempo 840 background 
with Gloss varnish applied to the 
portraits. 

Lydian style was the type in 8 pt. for 
captions and 10 pt. for body. Head- 
lines were set in 24 pt. 

Division page-headlines were in 
Gothic bold. 



Publisher: Jostens Printing & 
Publishing 

Representative: John Neister 
Job Number: 12317 
Approximate Cost: $14,000 
The 1985 Signum received a second 
place certificate from the Columbia 
Scholastic Press Association, a high- 
est award from the New England 
Scholastic Press Association, and a 
first place award from the American 
Scholastic Press Association. It also 
earned third place in the NESPA All- 
New England contest. 



208/COLOPHON